Possibly from garbage.
Shreds and patches of cloth cut off by a tailor when cutting out clothes.
Food that is high in carbohydrates.
* 2006 , James O'Keefe & Joan O'Keefe, The Forever Young Diet and Lifestyle , Andrews McMeel (2006), ISBN 9780740754883,
* 2011 , Tyler Graham & Drew Ramsey, The Happiness Diet: A Nutritional Prescription for a Sharp Brain, Balanced Mood, and Lean, Energized Body , Rodale (2011), ISBN 9781605293271,
- The most important reason to avoid “carbage ” like sugar, white flour, and highly processed foods is that they are foreign to our genetic makeup.
* 2012 , Mari Mancusi, Love At 11 , ISBN 9781620510193,
- This is the same process that browns foods, such as bread crust. The more carbage we eat, the more glycation occurs.
- A plain garden salad. That was all she ordered, making me feel like a heifer for having gotten the fried chicken quesadilla. But screw it. After the embarrassment I'd suffered, I needed major carbage .
The bowels of an animal; refuse parts of flesh; offal.
Food waste material of any kind.
Useless or disposable material; waste material of any kind.
- Garbage is collected on Tuesdays; rubbish on Fridays
A place or receptacle for waste material.
- The garbage truck collects all residential municipal waste.
(often, attributively) Something or someone worthless.
* 2009 , David R. Portney, 129 More Seminar Speaking Success Tips , ISBN 9780967851488,
- He threw the newspaper into the garbage .
- Forget about that garbage advice to “act natural”.
* junk, refuse, rubbish, trash, waste
* See also
* artifact, asset, catch, find, prize, recyclable, resource, treasure, valuable
* garbage bag
* garbage bin
* garbage can
* garbage collect
* garbage collector
* garbage collection
* garbage disposal
* garbage dump
* garbage man
* garbage mitt
* garbage scow
* garbage time
* garbage truck
(obsolete) To eviscerate.
* 1674 , , ''The Passenger Pigeon , 1907, The Outing Publishing Company):
- I have bought at Boston a dozen Pidgeons ready pulled and garbidged for three pence.