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bah
Expressing contempt, disgust, or bad temper

My website is much better than yours! — Let me check... bah!!.

bah humbug
In modern usage, the word humbug is most associated with Ebenezer Scrooge, a character created by Charles Dickens. His famous reference to Christmas, "Bah! Humbug!", declaring Christmas to be a fraud, is commonly used in stage and television versions of A Christmas Carol
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(n ) Beast
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`Bah' is used in writing to represent a noise that people make in order to express contempt, disappointment, or annoyance. Used to express impatient rejection or contempt. used to show disapproval of something (Probably from )
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A joking acceptance of loss in some form of competition, or humourous agreement
bah
BAH is one of the most difficult areas to determine proper entitlements You may be entitled to receive BAH at the "with dependent" rate, "without dependent" rate, at "partial" rate, or you may have no entitlement at all
bah
An exclamation expressive of extreme contempt
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Basic Allowance for Housing
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{ü} cry of disgust
bah
An exclamation expressive of extreme contempt or distempt
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(Expression) The perfect replacement for a wide array of swear words -- we blame Loevon for spreading this one
sis boom bah
an exclamation of encouragement

Bugs: Bricka bracka firecracker sis boom bah! Bugs Bunny! Bugs Bunny! RAH RAH RAH!.

Pooh Bah
person who holds several influential administrative positions; arrogant commander, one who exaggerates about himself (like the character in the operetta "Mikado")
pooh-bah
an arrogant or conceited person of importance
pooh-bah
someone who is important or powerful - used to show that you do not respect them very much (Pooh-Bah, character with the title "Lord-High-Everything-Else" in the operetta The Mikado by W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan)
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