[ US /ˈɹəbɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈʌbɪʃ/ ]
  1. nonsensical talk or writing
  2. worthless material that is to be disposed of
  1. attack strongly
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How To Use rubbish In A Sentence

  • Prehistoric rubbish heaps produced by the strandlopers are found in a number of caves and tell a great deal about the San people's lifestyle.
  • If we got into Ceram (and got out again), the doctor would reduce the whole affair to a few tables of anthropological measurements, a few more hampers of birds, beasts, and native rubbish in the hold, and a score of paragraphs couched in the evaporated, millimetric terms of science. The Spinner's Book of Fiction
  • Rubbish advice The erratic bin collections over the past few weeks have left me struggling to cope with all our household rubbish. Times, Sunday Times
  • He died after his van crashed into a rubbish truck.
  • The litter on the boreen in Tullyvarraga, black bags of household rubbish thrown in over the wall, is a shame, a black spot in the quest for Tidy Towns glory.
  • Sadly now the road is grid-locked most days, the factory is on the verge of closing, the picturesque view of what used to be a boathouse now appears to be a rubbish tip and no-one cares.
  • The operator is expected to keep the trains clean, and passengers are expected to take their rubbish with them and also not graffiti them.
  • They spout rubbish and sit back while energy firms run riot. The Sun
  • If the matter is left go unchecked other people will think they have a free hand to discard all their household rubbish wherever they want.
  • Locals from Mountmellick are incensed by the amount of household rubbish that is being illegally dumped in areas of the town.
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