meh

[me]
interjection
1.
(an expression of boredom or apathy): We thought it would sell, but customers are saying “Meh!”
adjective
2.
unimpressive; boring: The first few songs were meh.
3.
bored or apathetic: I'm feeling a little meh.

Origin:
1990-95; popularized on the TV show The Simpsons

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meh (slang mɛ)
 
interj, —adj
1.  an expression of indifference or boredom
2.  mediocre or boring

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Main Entry:  meh
Part of Speech:  interj
Definition:  After Marge weaves "Hi Bart" on a loom to try to pique his interest in weaving, he says, "Meh."
Example:  1995, from "The Simpsons" TV show
Etymology:  slang
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meh
expression of apathy or indifference, by 2003.
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Example sentences for meh
Used at the end of sentences, unlike meh the question is rhetorical.
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