I need n't read all this balderdash, mother; I 'll go on to business matters.
Conn Maxwell knows better than this balderdash he's been spouting to you.
Then why all this balderdash about shock, rejection, and so on?
Come; that's enough; one can't listen to all this balderdash.
He should have been ready with argument, balderdash, or discussion of some sort.
There followed a tedious debate, a muddy flow of gabble and balderdash.
I suppose all that balderdash means that you are tired of London.
Every reader will agree with Nash, I suppose, in condemning this as balderdash.
You will now hear what we call in the profession 'balderdash.'
I listened to some old wife's balderdash, and thought it true.