from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Littered with rubbish.
- adj. Of no value; worthless.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Strewn with litter
- adj. Of little or no value; worthless
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Worthless; trashy; paltry; full of rubbish; containing rubbish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. cheap and inferior; of no value
Mr. Carlyle said it was his habit to drink five cups of tea. He ran off into table-talk about tea and coffee, told us that he had found in Lord Russell's 'Memoirs of Moore,' which he called a rubbishy book, the origin of the word biggin; it comes from one Biggin, a tinner, who first made the vessel and was knighted afterwards.
Link lady be good?? contrary to what you wrote – Bill cinton was NEVER an embarrassment abroad – even at t he height of that Lewinsky affair & his impeachement – if anything THE GOP were the JOKES! for doing it for such again rubbishy reasons.
I can take air and moisture and drifting dust and any old kind of rubbishy matter you can imagine and knead it and stir it and transform it into something all new!
On the other hand, that curriculum was itself subverted by precisely the same kind of rubbishy thinking.
Same goes for the "rubbishy" thrillers she penned under a pseudonym.
He wrote to his mother: "St Peter's disappoints me: the stone of which it is made is a poor plastery material; and, indeed, Rome in general might be called a rubbishy place; the Roman antiquities in general seem to me only interesting as antiquities, and not for any beauty ...
Elementsand this particularly applies to science fictionmay be so obviously rubbishy that one is tempted to dismiss the whole product as rubbish.
Both are fun little robot friends, and they are eager to see a slightly less rubbishy world than they had to deal with in the film.
One is that, since the market becomes saturated by rubbishy fat volumes issued on the strength of the authors' long corroded reputation rather than any intrinsic merit, good books get crowded out.
I was discussing how much rubbishy looking glitter most cosmetic companies put in lip products these days (and how they must think women want to go around frosted like a cup cake!) with a customer and we were laughing.