Definition of malarkey in English:

malarkey

Syllabification: ma·lar·key
Pronunciation: /məˈlärkē
 
/

noun

informal
Meaningless talk; nonsense: don’t give me that malarkey
More example sentences
  • All of us in the band are having to learn about this showbiz malarkey as we go along.
  • Hopefully the new system will be worth this small loss, particularly if it brings an end to that irritating 400 character limit malarkey.
  • Not surprisingly, given our growing national devotion to mystical malarkey, Irish people are flocking to this supernatural health centre.

Origin

1920s: of unknown origin.

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