But I swear I'd give a year of Josephine's cold, classic, beautiful regularity for a minute of—pshaw, don't be a fool!
pshaw—I wish you had Mr. Frankton yourself, since you are so full of his sweet image.
Women will oft yield to a squeeze when they cry ‘pshaw’ to a sigh.
Mr. Mathieson was not angry, yet he flung away from her with a rude "pshaw!"
An' it don't say that a good Chrisshen child can say 'pshaw for you!'
A dangerous campaign lay before him, and the omens—but pshaw!
Oh, pshaw, Toady, I tell you there ain't such a thing as a ghost!
pshaw, I have petitions to show from other-guess toys than she.
pshaw, returned the magician, the idea of your fearing any thing at any hour of the day or night!
"pshaw, I'd grind something a great deal better than that," cried Kitty.
exclamation of contempt or rejection, by 1670s.