Definition of Rubbished

1. Verb. (past of rubbish) ¹



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Definition of Rubbished

1. rubbish [v] - See also: rubbish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubbished

rubbidge
rubbidges
rubbies
rubbing
rubbing alcohol
rubbing out
rubbing strip
rubbingly
rubbings
rubbish-bin
rubbish bin
rubbish bins
rubbish dump
rubbish heap
rubbished (current term)
rubbisher
rubbishers
rubbishes
rubbishing
rubbishy
rubbit
rubble
rubbled
rubbles
rubblestone
rubblework
rubblier
rubbliest
rubbling

Literary usage of Rubbished

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1. The Development Decade?: Economic and Social Change in South Africa, 1994-2004 by Vishnu Padayachee (2006)
"Just as GEAR rubbished any latent applicability of the RDP as the vehicle for economic transformation, so too was the oft-stated 'leading' role of the ANC's ..."

2. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana (1863)
"A great advantage to be derived from such a supply, is that the teas sold would be genuine, and not adulterated and he-rubbished, as is now the case, ..."

3. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1855)
"There is not a single box of tea, after all the pains taken by the country makers, that is not opened and extensively be-rubbished by the Canton dealers ..."

4. Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William Buck Dana (1855)
"There is not a single box of tea, after all the pains taken by the country makers, that is not opened and extensively be rubbished by the Canton dealers ..."

5. The Influence of Christ in Modern Life: Being a Study of the New Problems of by Newell Dwight Hillis (1900)
"Happily our generation has fallen upon an age when a thousand errors are being swept away from truth so long be-rubbished. Reverently, sincerely, accept ..."

6. The Influence of Christ in Modern Life: Being a Study of the New Problems of by Newell Dwight Hillis (1900)
"... Never was there a book so be-trashed and be- rubbished. Coming to it through commentators has been like looking out upon the sun through a window over ..."

7. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1866)
"retched," " rubbished ;" and Duncan and Flockhart, the well- known firm of druggists, she made " Doctor and Forrit." By the assistance of lier sister, ..."

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