flummery definition

  • noun:
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • some of a number of smooth, nice, bland meals, eg custard.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, frequently combined with a grain such as for example rice.
    • A custard; some of several bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently produced from stewed fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • vacant or meaningless talk
    • deceptive or blustering address; bullshit
    • A light type of meals, formerly made from flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • some thing insipid, or not worth having; vacant go with; garbage; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • sort of jelly manufactured from flour or meal; pap.
    • In modern cookery, a name provided to numerous light preparations of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and supported with cream as a dessert.
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; empty go with.
    • a bland custard or pudding especially of oatmeal
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • Meaningless or deceptive language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or deceptive language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • Any of a number of smooth, sweet, bland meals, eg custard.
    • some of several soft, nice, dull foods, particularly custard.
    • any one of several soft, nice, dull meals, such as custard.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, usually blended with a grain particularly rice.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fruit, usually mixed with a grain such as for instance rice.
    • A custard; some of a number of dull, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently made from stewed good fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • A custard; some of a few bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently created from stewed good fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • empty or meaningless talk
    • deceptive or blustering address; bullshit
    • deceptive or blustering speech; bullshit
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, frequently mixed with a grain including rice.
    • Any of a few smooth, nice, dull foods, including custard.
    • A light variety of food, previously made of flour or meal; a sort of pap.
    • A custard; any one of a few dull, gelatinous foodstuffs, generally made of stewed fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • any one of a few soft, nice, bland meals, such as custard.
    • A light kind of meals, previously made from flour or meal; a sort of pap.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, usually blended with a grain like rice.
    • Something insipid, or perhaps not well worth having; vacant go with; garbage; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fresh fruit, frequently mixed with a grain such as rice.
    • misleading or blustering speech; bullshit
    • A custard; some of a number of bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, generally made of stewed fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • anything insipid, or otherwise not well worth having; bare match; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • a kind of jelly made from flour or dinner; pap.
    • A custard; any one of a few bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, generally made from stewed fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • In modern cookery, a name fond of various light arrangements of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and supported with ointment as a dessert.
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • A sort of jelly made of flour or meal; pap.
    • vacant or meaningless talk
    • In contemporary cookery, a name provided to various light arrangements of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with cream as a dessert.
    • A refuse product of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • deceptive or blustering speech; bullshit
    • A light type of food, previously made from flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • misleading or blustering address; bullshit
    • A refuse product of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; bare compliment.
    • some thing insipid, or not really worth having; empty compliment; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • A light type of food, previously made of flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • A sort of jelly manufactured from flour or meal; pap.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • A light style of food, formerly manufactured from flour or dinner; a kind of pap.
    • a bland custard or pudding specially of oatmeal
    • In modern cookery, a name given to different light preparations of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with cream as a dessert.
    • One thing insipid, or otherwise not well worth having; bare go with; trash; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • Any of several smooth, sweet, bland foods, like custard.
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; empty go with.
    • One thing insipid, or perhaps not really worth having; vacant praise; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • a bland custard or pudding particularly of oatmeal
    • a kind of jelly manufactured from flour or dinner; pap.
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • In modern-day cookery, a name fond of numerous light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with ointment as a dessert.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; empty match.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fresh fruit, often mixed with a grain like rice.
    • a bland custard or pudding especially of oatmeal
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • A custard; any one of several dull, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently made of stewed good fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • Mere nonsense; simple flattery; vacant go with.
    • a bland custard or pudding specially of oatmeal
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • empty or meaningless talk
    • Meaningless or deceptive language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or deceptive language; humbug.
    • Any of a number of smooth, nice, bland foods, particularly custard.
    • any one of several smooth, sweet, bland meals, eg custard.
    • any one of a few soft, sweet, bland meals, such as custard.
    • deceptive or blustering speech; bullshit
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fresh fruit, often mixed with a grain eg rice.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fresh fruit, often mixed with a grain including rice.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened fresh fruit, usually combined with a grain eg rice.
    • A custard; any of a number of dull, gelatinous foodstuffs, usually created from stewed fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • A custard; any of several bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, often made from stewed good fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • A custard; some of a number of dull, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently made of stewed fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • A light kind of meals, previously manufactured from flour or dinner; a kind of pap.
    • empty or meaningless talk
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • One thing insipid, or otherwise not well worth having; bare match; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • deceptive or blustering message; bullshit
    • deceptive or blustering message; bullshit
    • a kind of jelly manufactured from flour or meal; pap.
    • In modern-day cookery, a name fond of different light preparations of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with cream as a dessert.
    • A light types of meals, formerly made of flour or meal; a kind of pap.
    • A light sort of food, formerly made of flour or meal; a sort of pap.
    • A refuse product of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Something insipid, or perhaps not well worth having; empty praise; garbage; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • anything insipid, or not really worth having; vacant go with; garbage; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; bare match.
    • A sort of jelly manufactured from flour or meal; pap.
    • a bland custard or pudding especially of oatmeal
    • In modern-day cookery, a name given to various light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with ointment as a dessert.
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Mere nonsense; simple flattery; empty compliment.
    • a bland custard or pudding especially of oatmeal
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • deceptive or blustering speech; bullshit
    • a kind of jelly manufactured from flour or dinner; pap.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • Meaningless or misleading language; humbug.
    • a kind of jelly manufactured from flour or meal; pap.
    • Any of several smooth, nice, bland foods, such as custard.
    • In modern cookery, a name provided to numerous light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with ointment as a dessert.
    • any one of a few smooth, nice, dull meals, such custard.
    • In modern cookery, a name given to different light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with lotion as a dessert.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding produced by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • A sweet gelatinous pudding created by straining boiled oatmeal or flour.
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • A light kind of food, previously manufactured from flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, usually combined with a grain including rice.
    • Mere nonsense; simple flattery; vacant match.
    • anything insipid, or not worth having; empty go with; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • A soft dessert of stewed, thickened good fresh fruit, often combined with a grain such as rice.
    • Mere nonsense; simple flattery; empty praise.
    • A sort of jelly made from flour or meal; pap.
    • a bland custard or pudding specifically of oatmeal
    • a bland custard or pudding specifically of oatmeal
    • A custard; any one of a few bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, generally created from stewed good fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • A custard; some of a few bland, gelatinous foodstuffs, frequently created from stewed fresh fruit and thickened with oatmeal, cornstarch or flour
    • In contemporary cookery, a name given to various light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and supported with lotion as a dessert.
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • empty or meaningless talk
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • A refuse product of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • misleading or blustering speech; bullshit
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; empty match.
    • A light particular food, formerly made from flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • a bland custard or pudding specifically of oatmeal
    • One thing insipid, or otherwise not worth having; empty compliment; garbage; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • sort of jelly made from flour or meal; pap.
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • In modern cookery, a name directed at different light products of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and supported with ointment as a dessert.
    • A refuse product of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; bare match.
    • a bland custard or pudding specially of oatmeal
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
    • bare or meaningless talk
    • misleading or blustering speech; bullshit
    • A light types of food, previously manufactured from flour or meal; sort of pap.
    • some thing insipid, or otherwise not really worth having; empty go with; rubbish; unsubstantial talk of writing.
    • sort of jelly made from flour or meal; pap.
    • In modern-day cookery, a name directed at different light arrangements of milk and flour with white of eggs, sweetened and flavored, and served with lotion as a dessert.
    • A refuse item of wheaten starch manufactures.
    • Mere nonsense; mere flattery; empty match.
    • a bland custard or pudding particularly of oatmeal
    • meaningless ceremonies and flattery
  • interjection:
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • an expression of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • an expression of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief
    • an expression of contemptuous disbelief
    • an expression of contemptuous disbelief
    • a manifestation of contemptuous disbelief

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