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in a pig's eye

Definition of in a pig's eye in English:

informal , chiefly North American Expressing scornful disbelief at a statement: ‘Under other circumstances, I think we could have been friends.’ ‘In a pig’s eye,’ Susan thought
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  • In a pig's eye is rhyming slang for lie, and usually means Nonsense!
  • The down-home narrative is folksy and fun to read aloud, particularly Granny's refrain, "In a pig's eye! My, oh, my!"
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