pretentious nonsense or show; airs.
: I flubdubbed the stage entrance
[1920s+; first sense found by 1888 in the sense ”foolishness, bunk, hot air”]
[fluhb] /flʌb/ verb (used with or without object), flubbed, flubbing. 1. to perform poorly; blunder; bungle: He flubbed the last shot and lost the match. noun 2. a blunder. /flʌb/ noun 1. an embarrassing mistake or blunder verb flubs, flubbing, flubbed 2. (intransitive) to blunder or make an embarrassing mistake v. 1924, American English, perhaps […]
- Flub the dub
[fluhk-choo-uh nt] /ˈflʌk tʃu ənt/ adjective 1. fluctuating; varying; unstable. 2. undulating; moving or seeming to move in waves. /ˈflʌktjʊənt/ adjective 1. inclined to vary or fluctuate; unstable adj. 1550s, from Latin fluctuantem (nominative fluctuans), present participle of fluctuare “to move in waves” (see fluctuation).