Noun(1) unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements
(1) In Australia this question is dismissed as leftist bunkum , but in Europe, where the atmosphere is generally not as politically charged, it's just obvious.(2) Perhaps more relevantly, he is also widely credited as being the first ├ö├ç├┐spin-doctor├ö├ç├û, a claim or accusation he robustly rebuts in this book as ├ö├ç├┐all bunkum and balderdash├ö├ç├û.(3) Where are all those ├ö├ç├┐free-trade├ö├ç├û ideologues now that their theories have turned out to be bunkum , devastating American working families?(4) Cumulatively, however, the proliferation of obscurantist bunkum and the reaction against reason are a menace to civilisation.(5) Looking around, I saw several parents who seemed as uneasy as we did with this left-wing bunkum .(6) But an unusually wonderful and totally involving display at Tate Modern makes almightily clear that this view is bunkum .(7) It's so tightly plotted, full of action, has a wonderful black/white morality to it, and best of all, none of the cast notice that it's total bunkum .(8) In fact, it shows that all the half-hints at challenges and hard choices and pain heard from leading SF representatives over the weekend was bunkum .(9) Let me be blunt: the idea that ├ö├ç├┐Invasion├ö├ç├û is a Cold War allegory is bunkum .(10) they talk a lot of bunkum about their products(11) It is entirely possible to drink any wine with any dish, and anyone who says otherwise is talking bunkum ; a respected gastro-bore friend of mine likes to drink white burgundy with stewed lamb, as he finds it brings out the texture of the meat.(12) But for the most part our endless classifying, grouping, and arranging is nothing but high-grade hokum, mixed with a lot of bunkum .(13) Anyone who says that standards are falling is talking bunkum .(14) Anyone with common sense knows it's all complete bunkum .(15) Most Australians believe this is bunkum , pure and simple, because they'd already lost confidence in the integrity of the system.(16) After the invasion, she took the minister's word at face value, when a 30-second search on the internet could have told her it was bunkum .
1. bunk ::
2. hogwash ::
3. guff ::
5. rot ::
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