[ US /ˈbɑʃ/ ]
[ UK /bˈɒʃ/ ]
  1. pretentious or silly talk or writing
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How To Use bosh In A Sentence

  • It's Thursday folks, and clearly my "uploading slowly all afternoon" was kiboshed yesterday. Great Guelph Photos and Cool Blog Links by Creative Guelphites
  • Tak the drunkard frae his whusky, the deboshed frae his debosh, the sweirer frae his aiths, the leear frae his lees; and giena ony o 'them ower muckle o' yer siller at ance, for fear 'at they grow fat an' kick an 'defy God and you. Robert Falconer
  • Some say it is better than Milton - but that is all bosh - nothing can be better than Milton.
  • Eat In nearby Boshum, the Millstream's £50 tasting menu features roquefort mousse with pickled pears, smoked haddock and leek ravioli, summer fruit and elderflower trifle. Five great beach weekends
  • Speaking of email glitches, one nearly kiboshed the lovely blurb Ken did for SECOND SHOT. Hero Worship
  • That's bosh and hokum, and it does a disservice to the people.
  • Native groups opposed to the plan hope her opposition will help to finally kibosh the project.
  • It was the Boer way of saying "bosh" to our ill-timed boast that the war was over. With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back
  • In the second place, there is nothing whatever in the connotation of "kibosh" that would prevent it appearing in the pages of your magazine. "I do not enjoy the suggestion that you have a better ear or eye for how I want my words to read than I do."
  • Its plan to let customers use their savings to off-set their mortgage was kiboshed by the government last year.
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