stuff and nonsense
Utter foolishness or absurdity, as in Stuff and nonsense, of course I can pack a suitcase. Often used as an interjection, this idiom employs stuff in the sense of “rubbish.” It was first recorded in 1749.
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gibberish, hogwash, silliness, claptrap, moonshine, bunk, bilge, hooey, foolishness, guff, drivel, poppycock, rubbish, balderdash, tommyrot, rot, bunkum
- study group,
- study hall,
- stuff gown,
- stuff it,
- stuff one's face,
- stuff shot,
- stuff the ballot box
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