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Noun: falderal  'fal-du,ral
  1. Statements or beliefs that are untrue or make no sense
    - bunk [informal], bunkum [informal], buncombe [informal], guff [informal], rot [informal], hogwash [informal], bull [slang], Irish bull [slang], junk [informal], nonsense, rhubarb [Brit, informal], jive [N. Amer, informal], flapdoodle [N. Amer, informal], bilge [informal], folderol, rubbish [informal], tripe [informal], trumpery [archaic], trash [informal], wish-wash [informal], applesauce [N. Amer, informal], codswallop [Brit, informal]
  2. Ornamental objects of no great value
    - falderol, frill, gimcrackery, gimcrack, nonsense, trumpery [archaic], folderol [archaic]

Derived forms: falderals

Type of: decoration, drivel, garbage, ornament, ornamentation

Encyclopedia: Falderal