mal-ark-ee

Something that generates a lot of work or fuss.
"I can't be bothered with all that malarchy."
or "Organising this was such a malarchy!"
or "This organising malarchy isn't easy."
by Rabid Giraffe May 17, 2006
Word orgin: prefix "mal" meanining inappropriate or askew as in "malpractice", "archy" meaning "form of rule" or "governing body" as in monarchy.
Definition:1) action resulting from foolish judgement.
2) Foolish statement.
That statement is malarchy.
That malarchy kept me sweeping up shadows all day.
by koafancypants September 08, 2007

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