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- n. Obsolete form of rubbish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Rubbish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete, dialectal, or vulgar form of rubbish.
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'Writing a parcel o' rubbidge for fools to speak, and other fools to laugh at. '
Old Reddy knows all about it -- that's why he's sendin 'Dick away to London an' I'll get him fetched back to see the last o 'you, an' I'll mek your father an 'his father shaake hands, an' then you'll come to, an 'after that what can they do but marry you to Dick, an' forget all that rubbidge about the brook, an 'live in peace together, as decent folk should do.'
I've often said to Samson as it was all rubbidge, a-keepin 'up a old quarrel like that, as keeps two dacent fam'lys at daggers drawn.
An 'aw yerd her sing some mak' o 'stuff abaat luv, and sich like rubbidge.
Yo 'can tak' an 'praitch yor rubbidge somewheer else.
Come on, do -- you don't want to waste no more time over that rubbidge!
'Ow you can patronise such rubbidge, _I_ don't know!
"Sure and you'll be after rotting your poor brain with all that rubbidge," she said, rising to a more vehement protest when, in the middle of the night, she discovered
"What rubbidge she do talk!" cried Honor, sharply.
"She's talkin 'rubbidge again," said Honor, chokingly.