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 n.— «Bullcrit is what you call an opinion someone expresses about something—usually a work of art, but, really, it could be anything—about which that someone has no actual firsthand knowledge or experience.» —“On Bullcrit: How Uninformed Judgment Drives the Book Business” by Doug Seibold The Book Standard Oct. 13, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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