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Refuse; trash.
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  1. Refuse; trash.
  2. Food wastes, as from a kitchen.
  3. Things or something thrown away, specif. spoiled or waste food
The undigested residue of food eliminated from the body; excrement.
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  1. The undigested residue of food eliminated from the body; excrement.
  2. An unusable or unwanted substance or material, such as a waste product.
  3. The act or an instance of wasting or the condition of being wasted:
Anything thrown away or rejected as worthless or useless; waste; trash; rubbish
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  1. Anything thrown away or rejected as worthless or useless; waste; trash; rubbish
  2. Items or material discarded or rejected as useless or worthless; trash or rubbish.
(collectively) The sediment settled at the bottom of a liquid; the lees in a container of unfiltered wine.
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  1. (collectively) The sediment settled at the bottom of a liquid; the lees in a container of unfiltered wine.
  2. The particles of solid matter that settle at the bottom in a liquid; lees
  3. A small amount remaining; residue
Disgustingly offensive dirt, garbage, etc.
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  1. Disgustingly offensive dirt, garbage, etc.
  2. Something, such as language or printed matter, considered obscene, prurient, or immoral.
  3. Disgusting garbage or refuse.
The young borne at one time by a dog, cat, or other animal which normally bears several young at a delivery
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  1. The young borne at one time by a dog, cat, or other animal which normally bears several young at a delivery
  2. Carelessly discarded refuse, such as wastepaper:
  3. An absorbent granular or pelletized material used to cover the bottom of a receptacle (litter box) into which a domestic pet, esp. a cat, is trained to urinate and defecate
Rough, broken bits and pieces of stone, wood, glass, etc., as after destruction; rubble
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  1. Rough, broken bits and pieces of stone, wood, glass, etc., as after destruction; rubble
  2. Bits and pieces of rubbish; litter
  3. Carelessly discarded refuse; litter.
The scum that forms on the surface of molten metal as a result of oxidation.
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  1. The scum that forms on the surface of molten metal as a result of oxidation.
  2. Waste or impure matter:
  3. Waste matter; worthless stuff; rubbish
A collection containing a variety of miscellaneous things.
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  1. A collection containing a variety of miscellaneous things.
  2. Plural form of oddment
(Uncountable) That which is swept up.
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  1. (Uncountable) That which is swept up.
  2. (Countable) plural form of sweeping
A loose mass of angular fragments of rock or masonry crumbled by natural or human forces.
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  1. A loose mass of angular fragments of rock or masonry crumbled by natural or human forces.
  2. Irregular fragments or pieces of rock used in masonry.
  3. Rough, irregular, loose fragments of rock, broken from larger bodies either by natural processes or artificially, as by blasting
Scraps; remnants; oddments
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  1. Scraps; remnants; oddments
  2. Miscellaneous items, remnants, or pieces.
Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal.
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  1. Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal.
  2. Refuse; garbage
(Obs.) Old cable or rope used for making oakum, mats, etc.
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  1. (Obs.) Old cable or rope used for making oakum, mats, etc.
  2. (Informal) Useless or worthless stuff; trash; rubbish
  3. Discarded material, such as glass, rags, paper, or metal, some of which may be reused in some form.
Material that settles to the bottom of a liquid; lees.
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  1. Material that settles to the bottom of a liquid; lees.
  2. Particles of solid matter that settle out of a suspension to the bottom of the liquid.
  3. Solid fragments of inorganic or organic material that come from the weathering of rock and are carried and deposited by wind, water, or ice.
A worthless surfeit of material, as leftovers from a meal or scrap lumber.
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  1. A worthless surfeit of material, as leftovers from a meal or scrap lumber.
  2. A worthless and incidental residuum, as scraps from a meal or shavings or sawdust from wood.
  3. Scraps or remains; residue:
Plural form of beggar
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Plural form of thief
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Plural form of outlaw
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(Proscribed) The elite.
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  1. (Proscribed) The elite.
  2. The common people; the masses. (Used with or without the definite article.)
Ancient Greek, esp. that of the classical period (c. 8th-4th cent. b.c.)
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  1. Ancient Greek, esp. that of the classical period (c. 8th-4th cent. b.c.)
  2. A person of Greek ancestry.
  3. (Informal) Something that is unintelligible:
(Slang) A poor, ignorant white person, esp. of Appalachia or the South, or such persons collectively
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  1. (Slang) A poor, ignorant white person, esp. of Appalachia or the South, or such persons collectively
  2. Used as a disparaging term for a white person or white people of low socioeconomic status.
(Slang) A drug, especially one that is illegal or habit-forming.
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  1. (Slang) A drug, especially one that is illegal or habit-forming.
  2. Things in general; objects
  3. Things grouped together or viewed in a certain way
Something trivial or nonessential.
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  1. Something trivial or nonessential.
  2. Cheap, gaudy clothes; tawdry finery
  3. Showy display in dress, manners, speech, etc.; affectation of elegance
Plural form of rag
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Plural form of scrap, left over pieces.
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  1. Plural form of scrap, left over pieces.
A small piece; bit; fragment; shred
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  1. A small piece; bit; fragment; shred
  2. Discarded metal in the form of machinery, auto parts, etc. suitable only for reprocessing
  3. Crisp pieces of rendered animal fat; cracklings.
Dregs; scum.
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  1. Dregs; scum.
  2. Dirt, refuse, or remains removed by or as if by scouring
  3. Plural form of scouring
Plural form of piece
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Plural form of shaving; those particles or pieces left after or created by shaving.
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  1. Plural form of shaving; those particles or pieces left after or created by shaving.
A decorative slit in a fabric or garment.
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  1. A decorative slit in a fabric or garment.
  2. A diagonal mark ( / ) that is used especially to separate alternatives, as in and/or, to represent the word per, as in miles/hour, to separate component parts of a URL, as in whitehouse.gov/kids/patriotism/ , and to indicate the ends of verse lines printed continuously, as in Old King Cole / Was a merry old soul.
  3. A genre of fanfic depicting romantic relationships between characters, usually of the same sex, that are not romantically connected in the original work or works upon which the fanfic is based.
Plural form of raking
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(Chiefly Brit., Slang) A worthless, contemptible person
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  1. (Chiefly Brit., Slang) A worthless, contemptible person
  2. The vitreous mass left as a residue by the smelting of metallic ore. It consists mostly of the siliceous and aluminous impurities from the iron ore.
  3. The fused refuse or dross separated from a metal in the process of smelting
Plural form of paring
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The scattered remains of something broken or destroyed; rubble or wreckage.
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  1. The scattered remains of something broken or destroyed; rubble or wreckage.
  2. Rough, broken bits and pieces of stone, wood, glass, etc., as after destruction; rubble
  3. Bits and pieces of rubbish; litter
Something of inferior quality; a cheap imitation.
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  1. Something of inferior quality; a cheap imitation.
  2. Anything of less worth or quality than it seems to have; esp., an inferior imitation
  3. Woolen yarn made partially or entirely from scraps or used clothing.
The slag or refuse left after metal has been smelted from ore
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  1. The slag or refuse left after metal has been smelted from ore
  2. (Metallurgy) The refuse of a smelted metal or ore; slag.
  3. Rough, crusty, solidified lava containing numerous vesicles that originated as gas bubbles in the lava while it was still molten.
(Now Rare) The worthless part of anything; waste; dross
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  1. (Now Rare) The worthless part of anything; waste; dross
  2. Waste matter; dross.
(Chem.) The matter remaining at the end of a process, as after evaporation, combustion, or filtration; residual product
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  1. (Chem.) The matter remaining at the end of a process, as after evaporation, combustion, or filtration; residual product
  2. The remainder of something after removal of parts or a part.
  3. Matter remaining after completion of an abstractive chemical or physical process, such as evaporation, combustion, distillation, or filtration; residuum.
  1. Saliva, drool
  2. (Now Rare) Saliva running from the mouth
  3. Silly, stupid talk; childish nonsense; twaddle
Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
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  1. Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
(Archaic) A worthless mixture, especially of liquors.
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  1. (Archaic) A worthless mixture, especially of liquors.
  2. Senseless talk or writing; nonsense
  3. Nonsense.
Foolish talk; loquacious nonsense
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  1. Foolish talk; loquacious nonsense
Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
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  1. Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
  2. (Informal) Talk that is empty, insincere, or merely for effect; humbug
  1. A trick or device to gain applause; humbug.
  2. Pretentious, insincere, or empty language:
  3. Absurd, insincere, or empty talk or writing
  1. Saliva, drool
  2. (Now Rare) Saliva running from the mouth
  3. Silly, stupid talk; childish nonsense; twaddle
Refuse; trash.
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  1. Refuse; trash.
  2. Worthless or nonsensical matter; rubbish:
  3. Things or something thrown away, specif. spoiled or waste food
An idiotic act or remark
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  1. An idiotic act or remark
  2. Behavior like that of an idiot; great foolishness or stupidity
  3. A foolish or stupid utterance or deed.
Things of relatively no importance or value; trivialities
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  1. Things of relatively no importance or value; trivialities
  2. Matter of little or no importance or usefulness:
  3. Extravagant foolishness or frivolity:
  1. Nonsense, foolish talk.
  2. Talk, writing, action, etc. regarded as insignificant or nonsensical
  3. Foolish or futile talk or ideas; nonsense.
(Informal) Foolish talk; nonsense
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  1. (Informal) Foolish talk; nonsense
Foolish or incoherent rambling talk; nonsense
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  1. Foolish or incoherent rambling talk; nonsense
  2. Confused, rambling, or incoherent discourse; nonsense.
  3. Nonsense; confused and incoherent talk.
Refuse; garbage.
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  1. Refuse; garbage.
  2. Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
  3. Foolish discourse; nonsense.
(Cockney rhyming slang) jewellery.
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  1. (Cockney rhyming slang) jewellery.
  2. Foolish behavior; silliness; nonsense
  3. Something trivial or foolish; nonsense.
Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
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  1. Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
  1. Nonsense, rot.
  2. Utter foolishness; nonsense.
  3. (Slang) Nonsense; foolishness
(Slang, US, dated, 1920s) Nonsense, balderdash, bunk, piffle.
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  1. (Slang, US, dated, 1920s) Nonsense, balderdash, bunk, piffle.
  2. A dessert or relish made of apples simmered in water and puréed, often containing sugar, cinnamon, etc.
  3. (Slang) Nonsense; hokum
(Uncountable, chiefly US, slang) Nonsense.
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  1. (Uncountable, chiefly US, slang) Nonsense.
  2. (Slang) Foolish or exaggerated talk or behavior; nonsense
  3. Nonsense.
Water that seeps or leaks in, collects there, and becomes stagnant and dirty
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  1. Water that seeps or leaks in, collects there, and becomes stagnant and dirty
  2. (Nautical) The rounded portion of a ship's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides.
  3. (Slang) Worthless or silly talk or writing; nonsense
A person regarded as like a bull in size, strength, etc.
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  1. A person regarded as like a bull in size, strength, etc.
  2. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Jean Baptiste François Bulliard (1752-1793).
  3. A ludicrously illogical or incongruous mistake in statement (Ex.: I'm glad I hate onions because if I liked onions, I'd eat them, and I can't stand onions)
(US, dialect) A piece of wood placed on a lumberman's sled to sustain the end of heavy timbers.
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  1. (US, dialect) A piece of wood placed on a lumberman's sled to sustain the end of heavy timbers.
  2. A bunk bed.
  3. (US) A wooden case or box, which serves for a seat in the daytime and for a bed at night.
A losing first throw in the game of craps.
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  1. A losing first throw in the game of craps.
  2. Something useless, inferior, or worthless; trash; junk
  3. Nonsense, falseness, insincerity, etc.
Nonsense:
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(Slang) Insincere, meaningless, or deliberately misleading talk; nonsense
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  1. (Slang) Insincere, meaningless, or deliberately misleading talk; nonsense
  2. Exaggerated or foolish talk, usually intended to deceive:
A small amount; a residue:
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  1. A small amount; a residue:
  2. The sediment in a liquid, such as wine or coffee.
  3. The basest or least desirable portion:
An underclass.
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  1. An underclass.
  2. The lowest stratum of the proletariat. Used originally in Marxist theory to describe those members of the proletariat, especially criminals, vagrants, and the unemployed, who lacked awareness of their collective interest as an oppressed class.
A noisy, disorderly crowd; mob
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  1. A noisy, disorderly crowd; mob
  2. The lowest or unrefined class of people. Often used with the.
  3. A group of persons regarded with contempt:
The lowest social class; the rabble.
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  1. The lowest social class; the rabble.
Rubbish; trash.
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  1. Rubbish; trash.
  2. The rabble; crowds; the common people.
  3. (Dial.) Worthless stuff
Worthless parts or things; refuse
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  1. Worthless parts or things; refuse
  2. (Slang) One, such as a person or an element of society, that is regarded as despicable or worthless.
  3. A filmy or frothy layer of matter that forms on the surface of a liquid or body of water or on a hard surface.
To destroy or damage (public or private property) maliciously
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  1. To destroy or damage (public or private property) maliciously
  2. To damage or destroy (another's property) willfully or maliciously.
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