Origin of balderdashorigin, originally (17th circa ), a senseless mixture of liquids, as of milk and ale
An example of someone who may use balderdash is someone who has consumed too much alcohol.
Origin of balderdashPossibly alteration of Medieval Latin balductum posset
(third-person singular simple present balderdashes, present participle balderdashing, simple past and past participle balderdashed)
Unknown, possibly from the early English drink of wine mixed with beer or water or other substances that was sold cheaply.
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