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  • n. Alternative form of malarkey.

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  • n. empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk


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  • You will find yourself seeing this morality malarky from a whole new angle.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Anyone who thinks all this writing about writing malarky is irrelevant and dull ... well, move along now ... nothing to see here.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Word Verification: crocke. syn to "malarky" describing something that is a total load of bull.

    Kids These Days

  • So, call it "malarky," or whatever, but you have a very poor understanding of how presidential elections work.

    Penn: Pennsylvania Will Show That Obama "Really Can't Win The General Election"

  • I think we should all defend all the Democratic campaigns from this kind of malarky in the media.

    Edwards Campaign Blasts New York Times Over Poverty Story

  • I am not as eloquent as some experts on the subject are but I give you some of my references so as you may understand that talking truth isdifferent from 'malarky 'disseminated by dishonest Truth debunkers.

    9-11 Cover-Up, Treason and The Bomb

  • Our development manager Stephen 'malarky' Gaffney sheds some light on this issue in this freshly typed column on Edge Magazine's website, where he explains that being independent often results in better games for gamers, and that it is in fact more secure for employees.

    Splash Damage

  • You can have three wishes (for yourself, so forget all the 'world peace etc' malarky) - what are they?


  • The first is, I believe, clearly the original theatrical ending (it was labeled "alternative theatrical"), the one that test audiences likely found "too grim" or some such malarky.

    Howard Hughes vs. the Winter Without End, Amen, Amen

  • All this bickering about socialism and welfare and free healthcare for all is a bunch of malarky designed by the lobbyists so that we do nothing about how we deliver affordable, quality, and safe healthcare.

    Sebelius: There's a 'shared responsibility' on health care reform


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  • fairly certain there's a Clinton joke I can make...think think think :)

    January 27, 2008

  • It's a variant spelling of malarkie, clearly, and refers to the characteristics of underhanded Arkansans. From mal + Arkie

    January 27, 2008

  • What's this malarky about anyways?

    January 27, 2008