- n empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk
- Called Clinton camp's statements that Obama might not be able to win big states in the fall malarky, says party needs a candidate before convention.
- A comedy successor to The Defenders, it is suffused with a breath of fresh (for TV) wit and literacy, and Falk steeps the role in a New York City boy's moxie and malarky.
- Last week, at 61, he resigned, denied he was leaving because of friction with Army brass over the Academy's no-Bowl policy ("sheer malarky"), or for health reasons ("bunk .
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- TLC’s “Secret Princes”
First question to the panel of season 2 of this silly “reality” TV dating show: “How much is real and how much is contrived malarky?” Now we’re in the spirit of the thing. And Discovery should take note for the marketing campaign. Contrived malarky, now on TLC! Prince Lorenzo do’Medici, Prince Alexander Romanoff, The Honorable [...]
July 25, 2013 - Denver Post