pshaw

pshaw

 (shô)
interj.
Used to indicate impatience, irritation, disapproval, or disbelief.
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pshaw

(pʃɔː)
interj
rare an exclamation of disgust, impatience, disbelief, etc
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pshaw

(ʃɔ)

interj.
(used to express impatience, contempt, or disbelief.)
[1665–75]
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Translations

pshaw

(o.f.) [pʃɔː] EXCL¡bah!
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pshaw

interj (dated)pah
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Pshaw! many a prince has been known To barter his robes for our cowl and our gown, But which of us e'er felt the idle desire To exchange for a crown the grey hood of a Friar!
"Pshaw! It isn't the cleverness that counts for anything that makes money."
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.
"Oh, pshaw! It's Ned Newton!" exclaimed the disappointed officer.
Pshaw! there's no sense takin' on so." Harvey's shoulders were rising and falling in spasms of dry sobbing.
" 'Pshaw!' I answered, 'we will send for all the necessary papers, I will marry you; and as for the child, I will look on him as mine ' I could not say any more.
"Pshaw!" answered Benassis; "he is a little run down, that is all."
Pshaw! A flash expiring, a mote of fading sparkle, a dim-pulsing and dying organism--pouf!
"Pshaw! fear not," the other answered in the same low tone.
Pshaw! Everywhere you look, from November through December, is a reminder of this Christian holiday.
PShaw! a postscript you'll laughingly disapprove of because it disapproves of you PSi '"Beware of Greeks bearing letters." (iota and psi) PSionic "Beware of Geeks bearing psychic gifts." (power over mesons and charged particles) PSittacosis!
So I did consider asking my editor if that concession could be arranged for me, but since I already knew the answer (pshaw - seriously?