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 (bo͝ol′shĭt′) Vulgar Slang
1. Foolish, deceitful, or boastful language.
2. Something worthless, deceptive, or insincere.
3. Insolent talk or behavior.
v. bull·shit also bull·shat (-shăt) or bull·shit·ted (-shĭt′ĭd), bull·shit·ting, bull·shits
1. To speak foolishly or insolently.
2. To engage in idle conversation.
To attempt to mislead or deceive by talking nonsense.
Very angry; incensed.
Used to express extreme displeasure or exasperation.

bull′shit′ter n.


[ˈbʊlˈʃɪtəʳ] Nfanfarrón/ona m/f
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However, in the private message between Assange and an associate, he dismissed the idea saying, "Stone is a bullshitter.
A professional bullshitter with a penchant for loud rhetoric, fake news and racial prejudice?
Ed's no bullshitter and doesn't tolerate [nonsense].
The bullshitter may not deceive us, or even intend to do so, either about the facts or about what he takes the facts to be.
Harry G Frankfurt's essay, On Bullshit, became popular not only with other academics but also students, with its discussion on the difference between overt lies and more insidiously duplicitous language: "The bullshitter .
The final section of the paper compares the rationalizer to the Frankfurtian bullshitter.
A man the size of an elephant whispered in my ear, "It's bullshit what that bullshitter says.
Other runners attempt to distract that bullshitter,
And when I interview Brown Sugar it will say BS, and let me tell you right now - this Diva is no bullshitter.
A bullshitter, he argues, is guilty only of the second deception.
In a complaint filed against CBS Pittsburgh affiliate KDKA, the network's morning program, "The Early Show," came under attack for a live interview with Twila Tanner, a cast member of the show "Survivor: Vanuatu," who commented on a fellow contestant, saying: "I knew he was a bullshitter from Day One.