meh

[me]
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interjection

(an expression of boredom or apathy): We thought it would sell, but customers are saying “Meh!”

adjective

unimpressive; boring: The first few songs were meh.
bored or apathetic: I'm feeling a little meh.

Nearby words

  1. megohm,
  2. megohmmeter,
  3. megophthalmus,
  4. megrim,
  5. megrims,
  6. mehemet ali,
  7. mehitzah,
  8. mehndi,
  9. mehta,
  10. mehta, zubin

Origin of meh

First recorded in 1990-95; popularized on the TV show The Simpsons

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British Dictionary definitions for meh

meh

interjection

an expression of indifference or boredom

adjective

mediocre or boring
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Word Origin and History for meh

meh

expression of apathy or indifference, by 2003 (perhaps from 1992).

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