dreck dreck


  • (n) merchandise that is shoddy or inferior



  1. It doesn't matter if the new Matthew McConaughey film is dreck, as long as his trademark abs get their screen time.
  2. A year from now, Michael and the Baby Sitter and Joe and the Annulment will have joined Amy and Joey and Donald and Marla in the landfill of tabloid dreck.
  3. While Knight Rider and Crusoe are certainly crappy shows, CBS's lineup is filled with unadulterated dreck.



  1. "Let it be said, however, that that criticisms are based purely on their fashion flaws - I'm sure they're all wonderful people beneath the deluge of dreck they drape themselves in," Mr. Blackwell says.
    on Jan 8, 2008 By: Mr Blackwell Source: AHN

  2. "A lot of what's coming out of New York is dreck; they should be touring them in theme parks," Duncan said. "And then on top of that, they do it on the cheap so they can make more money. It's immoral, and it tricks the public."
    on Jul 19, 2004 By: Sandy Duncan Source: CNN

  3. "I know quality when I hear it and dreck when I hear it, and that makes me tougher on myself," Levin says.
    on Jul 16, 2009 By: Mark Levin Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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