Slang Exaggerated or foolish talk, usually intended to deceive: "snookered by a lot of malarkey” ( New Republic). (noun)
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Use "malarkey" in a sentence
"I can bet we're going to hear the word malarkey a lot as well."
"Allen, did you use the word malarkey in that discussion?"
"But I’m glad it’s happened, I’ve always wanted to use the word malarkey; besides, there are plenty of people who haven’t got an ounce of faith."