Garbagey vs Garbaged - What's the difference?

garbagey | garbaged |


As an adjective garbagey

is like garbage; trashy, worthless.

As a verb garbaged is

(garbage).

garbagey

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Like garbage; trashy, worthless.
  • garbaged

    English

    Alternative forms

    garbidged

    Verb

    (head)
  • (garbage)

  • garbage

    English

    Alternative forms

    * garbidge

    Noun

    (-)
  • The bowels of an animal; refuse parts of flesh; offal.
  • Food waste material of any kind.
  • Garbage is collected on Tuesdays; rubbish on Fridays
  • Useless or disposable material; waste material of any kind.
  • The garbage truck collects all residential municipal waste.
  • A place or receptacle for waste material.
  • He threw the newspaper into the garbage .
  • Nonsense; gibberish.
  • (often, attributively) Something or someone worthless.
  • * 2009 , David R. Portney, 129 More Seminar Speaking Success Tips , ISBN 9780967851488, p. 8:
  • Forget about that garbage advice to “act natural”.

    Synonyms

    * junk, refuse, rubbish, trash, waste * See also

    Antonyms

    * artifact, asset, catch, find, prize, recyclable, resource, treasure, valuable

    Derived terms

    * 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 * garbo * garbologist

    Verb

    (garbag)
  • (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.

    Synonyms

    * gut * disembowel * eviscerate

    See also

    * American English