from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Trash, especially inferior merchandise.
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- n. trash, junk; worthless merchandise, crap.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. merchandise that is shoddy or inferior
Part of the problem was that Paramount was worried they were squandering the momentum of the fourth film but an extra six months used to come up with an interesting and satisfying story as opposed to dreck is never wasted.
And yes McArdle is middle-brow dreck from a security-state libertarian.
Plus its allusions and mockery of stuff like ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE and other some-such Holiday dreck is the perfect antidote for that annoying case of Christmas cheer that you may contract.
No, it did not turn out O.K. Millions of people who have never been exposed to the excellent Asimov tales now think that piece of screen dreck is what the Good Doctor wrote.
They are what Darwin called dreck, which is Yiddish for cocktail waitress. trash, of course.
Doug Ross: Erickson's point "that the GOP's effort is mostly 'dreck' -- is valid."
September 22 post, blogger Doug Ross linked to Erickson's post and wrote: (emphasis in original) [H]is point -- that the GOP's effort is mostly 'dreck' -- is valid.
But his point -- that the GOP's effort is mostly "dreck" -- is valid.
For some reason, I’ve found that western readers seem to be far kinder to commercial dreck from the shores of Japan, lacing their reviews with only the mildest of reservations.
Of course, since Ford’s career has deteriorated into starring in dreck like Hollywood Homicide he probably wasn’t going to be the one to say no.
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