Used to express disagreement or exasperation.(interjection)
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Use "baloney" in a sentence
"But it is certainly a tribute to baloney and, by extension, to the Italian city of Bologna, of which the word baloney is a corruption, that Mr Kennedy found the expression so readily to hand in making his denial."
"This is -- I don't think he used the word baloney, but I think that's as close to it as possible."
"I turned my head in her direction, liking a challenge, as well as the word baloney (I was hungry), and found myself wishing I had a smart-sounding answer to give."