noun[mass noun] British informal
1Useless or tedious printed material: most of his mail was just bumf, bills, and Christmas cards
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- Now all we have to do a sort out all the junk mail and usual bumph that litters the hall on these occasions.
- Total sales, according to his publicity bumph, top 43 million across 150 countries.
- I groaned even more when I read the publicity bumf before the screening.
Late 19th century: abbreviation of slang bum-fodder, in the same sense.
Words that rhyme with bumfgalumph, harrumph, humph
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