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  • n. Fine red dust, found in desert regions of Australia.
  • n. Nonsense; blatantly false statements.


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From bull + dust. In slang sense, a variant of bullshit.


  • It's the so-called bulldust "Asian-value … face saving act", isn't it?

    Planet Malaysia

  • A system that was in place before wine geeks turned a fun filled interesting product into a p … ing contest, obsessed with parker points and bulldust. wine geeks dont love wine.

    Chateau Palmer revives an old tradition | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • We always thought it was bulldust, but then we found it was all true.

    Rainbow’s End

  • We have superb bulldust radars – well those of us in the mining industry have, at least.

    IPCC 1[1990] – Comment #1 « Climate Audit

  • Watarrka National Park Kings Canyon, Palm Valley Gosse Bluff, and the magnificent western MacDonnell Ranges are must-sees, and Alice Springs is a great place to wash off the bulldust and restock supplies.

    Surviving Australia

  • An easier life, far away from the billowing clouds of bulldust?

    Surviving Australia

  • But that was rather irrelevant at the moment 'No bulldust now.

    Marriage At A Price

  • The biggest problem is bulldust, basically a superfine dust that hides potholes big enough to hold an entire vehicle. | Top Stories

  • "I for one suspect the note under the door story to be either complete bulldust, political justification stunt, or someon ..."


  • "Once you filter through all the bulldust, you have to make a decision based on what your value system is, and do what you think is right." | Top Stories


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