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schlock

adjective \ˈshläk\

Definition of SCHLOCK

:  of low quality or value
schlock noun

Variants of SCHLOCK

schlock or schlocky \ˈshlä-kē\ also shlock or shlocky

Examples of SCHLOCK

  1. <a tourist trap selling schlock souvenirs>

Origin of SCHLOCK

perhaps from Yiddish shlak evil, nuisance, literally, blow
First Known Use: 1916

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bunkum Hear it
insincere or foolish talk
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