Definitions

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  • interj. The sound of spitting.

Etymologies

Imitative. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Still in the state of denial .... go home! get a life! ptui!

    Clinton reviewing 'options' - but says superdelegates could shift

  • But your list contains more abstract, conceptual words that STILL sound like what they mean: eschew: ptui!

    i agreed to WHAT

  • Apparently you've missed the latest trend in nationalist CCC ptui! creation: the 2009 "Amoebas Are Patriots Too!" initiative--to which, I submit, this brave Wreckerator and his team of flying squirrels have made a most-honorable contribution indeed.

    ...and so fourth

  • How appropriate everything seems to be a CCC *ptui*

    Cue Cards, Please?

  • NOM pffth NOM pffth NOM ptui i thot we wuz eatin eggz?

    NOM - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • You can tell from the website alone that this is going to be something: vacuous, content-free Flash site, with all the major info hidden behind PDFs and (ugh-ptui!) a Real video.

    Boing Boing: June 19, 2005 - June 25, 2005 Archives

  • It's not so much that they've gotten better (though I would say they have) but almost every other newspaper in teh country has gotten worse Basically, Conrald Black (ptui!) and Canwest (ptui! ptui!) bought up, amalgamated, homogenized and generally moved most other Canadian papers rightward, while the Globe has more or less stayed constant, with an actual distinct editorial identity and a more balanced slate of views.

    quiz time

  • Basically, Conrald Black (ptui!) and Canwest (ptui! ptui!) bought up, amalgamated, homogenized and generally moved most other Canadian papers rightward

    quiz time

  • One of the layers that I know exists for Corner Gas is the ingrained hatred for Woolerton ptui.

    comedy

  • What a legacy, what a crowning achievement. *ptui*

    Archive 2006-11-01

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