- excrement; dung.
- worthless trash; junk.
Origin of dreck
Examples from the Web for dreck
That makes you wonder how anyone got hired to write this dreck.The Failure of ‘Sean Saves the World’ Is Epically Disappointing
January 29, 2014
The website, edited by well-known islamophobe David Horowitz, is home to all sort of virulent anti-Muslim, anti-Palestinian dreck.The Bigoted Attacks on Palestinian NFL Player Oday Aboushi
July 11, 2013
In a television season that has given us dreck like Zero Hour, Mob Doctor, and Do No Harm, Southland should be a hit.‘Southland’: Television’s Most Underrated Drama
February 20, 2013
But we could toughen up—have a little higher standard of wit for ourselves and a greater willingness to discourage the dreck.The Snark Hunter
The Daily Beast
January 8, 2009
- slang, mainly US rubbish; trash
Word Origin and History for dreck
"filth, trash," 1922, from Yiddish drek (German dreck), from Middle High German drec, from Proto-Germanic *threkka (cf. Old English þreax "rubbish," Old Frisian threkk), perhaps connected to Greek skatos "dung," Latin stercus "excrement," from PIE root *(s)ker- "to cut" (see shear (v.)).