I listened to some old wife's balderdash, and thought it true.
Then why all this balderdash about shock, rejection, and so on?
How can you help being the mothers, daughters, &c. of Snobs, so long as this balderdash is set before you?
I suppose all that balderdash means that you are tired of London.
Every reader will agree with Nash, I suppose, in condemning this as balderdash.
You will now hear what we call in the profession 'balderdash.'
He pronounced this balderdash with much solemnity and with great effect upon the assembled train hands.
"light airs of wind from the east" means a member for Galway and some balderdash about the Greeks.
There followed a tedious debate, a muddy flow of gabble and balderdash.
balderdash, bawl′dėr-dash, n. idle senseless talk: anything jumbled together without judgment: obscene language or writing.
Nonsense!: pure balderdash
[1674+; originally denoted a frothy liquid or an unappetizing mixture of drinks]