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  • A Load of Old Tripe by Gervase Phinn - Goodreads

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    A Load of Old Tripe book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for
    readers. For eleven-year old James Joseph Johnson (or Jimmy for short) l...

  • Tripe definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Tripe is the stomach of a pig, cow, or ox which is eaten as food. ... I've never
    heard such a load of tripe in all my life. ... C13: from Old French, of unknown
    origin ...

  • Tripe Synonyms | Collins English Thesaurus - Collins Dictionary

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    Another word for tripe: nonsense, rot, trash, twaddle, balls | Collins English
    Thesaurus. ... (old-fashioned) I've never heard such a load of tripe in all my life.

  • Tripe | Definition of Tripe by Merriam-Webster

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    Tripe definition is - stomach tissue especially of a ruminant (such as an ox) used
    ... That's just a load of tripe. it's shocking that an esteemed newspaper like this ...

  • Tripe - definition of tripe by The Free Dictionary

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    [Middle English, from Old French tripes, intestines, tripe.] ... (U.S. slang), bunkum
    or buncombe (chiefly U.S.) I've never heard such a load of tripe in all my life.

  • Tripes - definition of Tripes by The Free Dictionary

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    [Middle English, from Old French tripes, intestines, tripe.] ... (U.S. slang), bunkum
    or buncombe (chiefly U.S.) I've never heard such a load of tripe in all my life.

  • Tripe - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    Flying Saucers Not A Load of Tripe" (September 24, 1968): "Flying saucers were
    ... a thumbsup from her husband and 19-year-old daughter, but tripe and groaty ...

  • TRIPE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    tripe meaning: 1. the covering of the inside of the stomach of an animal, such as a
    cow or sheep, used for food…. Learn more.

  • tripe - Urban Dictionary

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    don't believe all those other little girls who gave their definitions of tripe. tripe is
    stomach lining of animals. it's delicious stuff, a nice chewy alternative to all the ...

  • tripe (nonsense/rubbish) | WordReference Forums

    forum.wordreference.com/threads/tripe-nonsense-rubbish.3024181/

    I'm certainly familiar with statements like, 'That's a load of tripe!' ... It has a slightly
    old-fashioned sound in my opinion: I don't think people use it ...

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