pish


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pish

 (pĭsh)
interj.
Used to express disdain.

pish

(pʃ; pɪʃ)
interj
an exclamation of impatience or contempt
vb
to make this exclamation at (someone or something)

pish

(pʃ; spelling pron. pɪʃ)
interj.
(used as an exclamation of mild contempt or impatience.)

pish


Past participle: pished
Gerund: pishing

Imperative
pish
pish
Present
I pish
you pish
he/she/it pishes
we pish
you pish
they pish
Preterite
I pished
you pished
he/she/it pished
we pished
you pished
they pished
Present Continuous
I am pishing
you are pishing
he/she/it is pishing
we are pishing
you are pishing
they are pishing
Present Perfect
I have pished
you have pished
he/she/it has pished
we have pished
you have pished
they have pished
Past Continuous
I was pishing
you were pishing
he/she/it was pishing
we were pishing
you were pishing
they were pishing
Past Perfect
I had pished
you had pished
he/she/it had pished
we had pished
you had pished
they had pished
Future
I will pish
you will pish
he/she/it will pish
we will pish
you will pish
they will pish
Future Perfect
I will have pished
you will have pished
he/she/it will have pished
we will have pished
you will have pished
they will have pished
Future Continuous
I will be pishing
you will be pishing
he/she/it will be pishing
we will be pishing
you will be pishing
they will be pishing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pishing
you have been pishing
he/she/it has been pishing
we have been pishing
you have been pishing
they have been pishing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pishing
you will have been pishing
he/she/it will have been pishing
we will have been pishing
you will have been pishing
they will have been pishing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pishing
you had been pishing
he/she/it had been pishing
we had been pishing
you had been pishing
they had been pishing
Conditional
I would pish
you would pish
he/she/it would pish
we would pish
you would pish
they would pish
Past Conditional
I would have pished
you would have pished
he/she/it would have pished
we would have pished
you would have pished
they would have pished
References in classic literature ?
When the first torrent of tenderness was over, and when, in the calm and long interval between the fits, reason began to open the eyes of the lady, and she saw this alteration of behaviour in the captain, who at length answered all her arguments only with pish and pshaw, she was far from enduring the indignity with a tame submission.
Bird strode up and down the room, grumbling to himself, "Pish! pshaw!
When his friends said, 'You fish!' he would answer, 'Oh, pish! Fish can't swim like me , they've no vim in 'em.'
"Pish, sirrahs, put a date always at the bottom of your letter, as well as the top, that I may know when you send it; your last is of November 3, yet I had others at the same time, written a fortnight after.
He pish'd and psha'd in a fury--told me not to be such a fool as to pawn--and said he would see whether he could lend me the money.
"Pish. None of the stories were good," said her husband peevishly.
Bishop Butler harkens back to an old Anglican tradition of pished prelates.
If a flush MP would like to pop a gold-plated PISH award on their credit card, I'll sort out the personalisation.
We'd like to reassure the couple that our PISH award is not on the list of substances or articles that need to be declared when visiting a foreign nation.
"Don't give me your crap," says ginger beard effeminately, "and less of that Blunkett pish. I know my rights and I have a very good lawyer."
THIS week's esteemed PISH award (Philosophy Is Selfish Here) is being dispatched to Luvvie Land, for Kate "I'm Alright Jack" Winslet.
THIS week's esteemed PISH award (PM In Swine Horror) is being dipped in disinfectant and sent to No10.