Displaying a lack of interest in a subject, or a desire to refrain from talking about a specific subject. Designated in a polite or friendly way, and often used to answer a question.
Fred: Did you see the football last night?
Jim: Well, yarda yarda.
Verb; To whirl one's outstretched arms around in a circular motion, fists clenched, with the intention of hitting something (or someone). This action resembles the spinning blades of a windmill.
Often used in conversation to demonstrate an anger towards a specific subject or entity.
Nick: I heard that John slept with your bird
Tim: Right, I'm off windmilling....
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