piffle


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Synonyms for piffle

Synonyms for piffle

Synonyms for piffle

act in a trivial or ineffective way

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Piffle Connect is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and both versions of the iPad.
The result, however, is more often piffle, not poetry.
Victoria Coren, the presenter of the Balderdash and Piffle television show, provides the foreword and describes the hidden depths of tea time, for instance.
My complaint was that BBC Wales was promoting Pobl y Cwm and broadcasting piffle like The Great Welsh Challenge when its brief is to provide programmes about Wales in English.
The discovery was made by researchers from BBC show Balderdash and Piffle, which seeks new words to put in the English dictionary.
DRAMATICALLY SPEAKING, ``Palm Beach, the Screwball Musical'' is a puffball, a lot of self-mocking much to-do about piffle.
I expect their response will be the usual vacuous PR piffle churned out on an almost daily basis by this Labour Government's Health Ministers and their minions.
Daft Punk, Discovery Intricate, vapid, irresistible, brainy French electro-pop piffle.
The piffle she spills reveals her to be bewildered but she is breaking no laws: the last Labour government set in place a welfare system so wantonly over-generous that her claims have been accepted.
ALEXANDER Boris de Piffle Johnson's foam-flecked Tourette's abuse of Ken Livingstone gave the game away.
The fun starts at 12pm with the band The 53's, The Piffle Brothers perform at 1pm and again at 4.
So while Adrian has swapped reporting on meaningless piffle on BBC1 to presenting meaningless piffle for England friendlies on ITV, and Christine prepares for her Daybreak debut on the same channel, The One Show goes on unchanged.
Then for Clr Royston Rogers to say he could not make it because he had a fundraising event for greyhounds to hold is just piffle.
The BBC's Balderdash and Piffle series found the derivations with the help of viewers.
Jack the Lad" was one of the quests in last night's BBC2 programme Balderdash & Piffle, which seeks the earliest uses of particular words.