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horsefeathers

[ hawrs-feth-erz ]
/ ˈhɔrsˌfɛð ərz /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
something not worth considering.
interjection
rubbish; nonsense; bunk (used to express contemptuous rejection).
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Origin of horsefeathers

First recorded in 1925–30; horse + feathers (originally an Americanism, used as a euphemism for horseshit)
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