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  1. That is a load of codswallop. a trendy London restaurant serving bizarre concoctions that anyone with a brain and a stomach would dismiss as codswallop Recent Examples on the Web Great story, total codswallop.
  2. uncountable noun If you describe something that someone has just said as codswallop, you mean that you think it is nonsense.
  3. Codswallop definition, nonsense; rubbish. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd.
  4. codswallop - nonsensical talk or writing folderol, trumpery, wish-wash, rubbish, applesauce, tripe, trash drivel, garbage - a worthless message jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo".
  5. Sep 13,  · 'Codswallop' is a subconscious drift through despair, frustration, joy and redemption/10(16).
  6. Wallop was a slang term for beer, and Codd's wallop came to be used by beer drinkers as a derogatory term for weak or gassy beer, or for soft drinks. This theory has appeared in Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, but there are problems with it.
  7. codswallop Used to denote the fallaciousness of any statement/idea. Orig. Old English, where the 'cods' referred to the cock and balls, thus codswallop was jiz, spunk, cum, semen. Person 1.
  8. The origin of the term 'codswallop' is unclear. The most widely quoted story is that of Hiram Codd, an English soft drinks maker during the s, who developed a technique for bottling lemonade. This process involved the insertion of a glass marble as a stopper into the neck of the bottle.

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