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- rubbish (n.)
- c. 1400, robous, from Anglo-French rubouses (late 14c.), of unknown origin. No apparent cognates in Old French; apparently somehow related to rubble (see OED). Spelling with -ish is from late 15c. The verb sense of "disparage, criticize harshly" is first attested 1953 in Australian and New Zealand slang. Related: Rubbished; rubbishing.
- 1. I don't know why he bothers me with this kind of rubbish.
- 2. They depend on the goodwill of visitors to pick up rubbish.
- 3. It's all rubbish and superstition, and there's nothing in it.
- 4. In an ideal world, there would be no such thing as rubbish.
- 5. His dismembered body was found in a rubbish bin.
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