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(in Jewish use) conveying disapproval, displeasure, or disgust.‘The greatest writer in the English language? Feh!’
- ‘Even though they deserve it, I decided to give them a break. feh.’
- ‘All these brave new glassy places that say ‘the fee was negotiated in Euros’ - feh, I say!’
- ‘Then we stopped at the shop to investigate a few more items - feh!’
- ‘I don't have anything near the audience required to break a mock scandal and recently I've just been feeling pretty unloved in real life anyway so… feh, who cares?’
- ‘Roffman also offers a column from his mother with advice such as: ‘I say, feh!’’
- ‘Now I'm just longing for it and the only version of the game I can find is a ‘collector's edition’ for US $80. Feh.’
- ‘You want to be alone, but you crave company… feh, make up your mind.’
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