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Definition of the noun shlock
What does shlock mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: shlocks
- merchandise that is shoddy or inferior
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by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
shlock;. schlack;. schlock. noun. shoddy, defective or cheaply made merchandise US, 1915 From German to Yiddish to American slang. [A] grind house of double features and a schlock store ®Selling Out! ̄ in a permanent ®Giant Moving ...
by Tony Thorne
shlock n anything shoddy,inferioror meretricious. Theword isYiddish from German (either schlacke: dregs,or schlagen: slap or knock,in the sense ofjackingup ...
Dictionary of Jewish Terms (2011)
A Guide to the Language of Judaism by Ronald L. Eisenberg
Shlock. Yiddish term describing shoddy merchandise, especially clothing, which is cheaply made and of inferior quality. Shlub. Yiddish term for a ...
by Random House
croc, crock, doc, dock, floe, flock, frock, grok, hock, jock, Jock, knock, loch, lock, lough, Mach, moc, mock, nock, pock, roc, rock, shlock, shock, smock, sock, stock, wok, yock; ad hoc, air lock, alt-rock, amok, armlock, ball cock, Balzac, bangkok, ...
by Sidney L. Landau
shlock n. JUNK. shlocky adj. JUNKY. shoal1 n. sandbar, shallow, sandbank, bar, flat, reef, shelf, ledge. shoal2 n. throng, group, school, collection, swarm, multitude, pack, number. shock1 n. 1 collision, concussion, impact, blow, ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
toil 5 bilge, dregs, hokum, offal, waste, wreck 6 bunkum, debris, kelter, litter, masses, rabble, refuse, shlock, stodge, trudge 7 garbage, rubbish 8 canaille, claptrap, doggerel, dust- heap, footslog, leavings, malarkey, nonsense, plunther, riffraff, ...
by Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions
schlemiel, soft touch shlep: 6 schlep; 7 traipse; 9 pull along shlock: 7 schlock shmear: 7 schmear, schmeer shmooze: 7 jawbone shoal: 3 fry; 4 bevy; 5 brood, cloud, covey, drove, reefy, swarm; 6 litter, school, scores, shelfy, shelvy, shoaly; ...
by John Ayto, John Simpson
schlock /le1</ noun and adjective Also shlock. mainly N Amer Cheap, shoddy, or defective goods; rubbish, junk (esp. applied to inferior art or entertainment). 1915 —.
by Daniel Jones
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by Daniel Jones
-ped -t shlock jlok, ...
by Daniel Jones, Peter Roach, James Hartman
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Romanized by David C. Gross
Shlock Supremely inferior merchandise. Shlump A drag in company; a wet blanket. Shmaltz Lit., cooking (usually chicken) fat. Used to describe performances or articles that are corny or maudlin. Shmatteh A rag. People in any branch of the ...
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Scrabble value of S1H4L1O1C3K5
The value of this 6-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.Couldn't select: Got error 28 from storage engine