verb (used with object), bull·shit·ted or bull·shit, bull·shit·ting.
verb (used without object), bull·shit·ted or bull·shit, bull·shit·ting.
Origin of bullshit
Related Words for bullshitbull, crap, rubbish, gibberish, hogwash, nonsense, drivel, bunk, guff, moonshine, flim-flam, bosh, poppycock, hokum, posh, hooey, malarkey, baloney, phooey, bunkum
verb -shits, -shitting or -shitted
"eloquent and insincere rhetoric," 1915, American English slang; see bull (n.1) + shit (n.), probably because it smells. But bull in the sense of "trivial or false statements" (1914), which usually is associated with this, might be a continuation of Middle English bull "false talk, fraud" (see bull (n.3)).
by 1942, from bullshit (n.). Related: Bullshitted; bullshitting.