From all the poppycock Anglice bosh you talked about poker, I'd ha' played a straight game, and skinned you.
It is all poppycock to say that education can make a gentleman; don't you think so?
The Waif was no poppycock yacht, built to dodge about the Solent and run for Cowes if the wind blew a capful.
"That's poppycock," Mason replied, flinging away his cigarette.
America is a great and rich country; what does it care about religion or philosophy or art or any of that poppycock?
“poppycock,” said Hudson, briefly, and resumed his cogitation.
"poppycock," whispered Shelby to Carlotta, as he held her hand.
The poppycock's a fowl of English breed, And therefore many think him fine indeed.
The whole business is poppycock, in my opinion, and the sooner this bubble bursts the better.
Then it was all poppycock, two cents a word for minimum rate and payment upon acceptance.
[1865+; apparently fr Dutch pappekak, ''soft dung'']