from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of bologna.
- n. Variant of baloney2.
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- n. variant of bologna
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- n. pretentious or silly talk or writing
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These easily "impressed producers" can save their phony boloney justification, because female viewers aren't fools.
There is a patty only line that moves so super quick (so the whole - relax - it - is Jamaican - garbage is boloney).
Even at the time, I thought it was a lot of boloney.
Hillary listens, like the mom you wished you had, that is, when you were not wishing you had your best friend's mom with the cleavage who made the nicest boloney sandwiches at lunch and who smelled like flowers.
What was that boloney I saw on TV the other day where Jim Webb was proclaiming himself to be a man of integrity?
You've got to fight through this emotional boloney.
Maybe they could wear blue beanies and carry little flags that say, "I'm mad as hell and I'm eating boloney today to prove it."
It all seems like boloney [I refuse to spell that word correctly 'cause I hate the way it looks] to me.
No one is that poor that they can't provide a boloney sandwich, a baggie of pretzels, an apple, 50 cents for a milk, and two cookies each day.
"Why heck no," Henry replied, "but there's a boloney sandwich in one of the pockets!"