bunkum bunkum

Definition(s):

  • (n) unacceptable behavior (especially ludicrously false statements)

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. But if, on the other hand, all the talk was just more Communist bunkum, then in terms of world hopes raised and dashed, the Khrushchev trip could only be a fiasco.
  2. The truth lay somewhere between such red-eyed denunciation and the bland official bunkum of some Army officers that everything was just fine.
  3. In a more tolerant, less restrictive age, the Sears catalog mixed the art of salesmanship with a little bunkum.

News

  1. Neufeld on a man's escape from execution in 1808

    Holt Felmet’s and Jean Benfield’s research appeared in “A Lot of Bunkum,” the publication of the Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society.
    on March 24, 2014     Source: Asheville Citizen-Times

  2. Rob Neufeld on a man's escape from execution in 1808

    Holt Felmet’s and Jean Benfield’s research appeared in “A Lot of Bunkum,” the publication of the Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society.
    on March 24, 2014     Source: Asheville Citizen-Times

Quotes

  1. Mr Crutchfield said some people opposed to the P12 college were peddling "this bunkum about trying to dumb down this school".
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Michael Crutchfield Source: Geelong Advertiser

  2. "I have been seeing that bunkum on television for a long time, the truth of the matter is that when Gen. Gowon held power he didn't do it with my consent, when Gen. Buhari kicked out a civilian government he didn't do it with my consent as a...
    on Jul 28, 2006 By: Ahmadu Bello Source: AllAfrica.com

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