Schlock

Schlock is an English word of Yiddish origin meaning “something cheap, shoddy, or inferior (perhaps from GermanSchlag, Yiddish shlak, meaning ‘a stroke’)”

In the field of science, “schlock” refers to shoddy or unreliable results. In art, “schlock” is sometimes used as a synonym for kitsch.

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