gibberish


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unintelligible or nonsensical talk or language

esoteric, formulaic, and often incomprehensible speech relating to the occult

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"I chose gibberish because the clowns do not belong anywhere particular.
Kenneth Houghton discovered Ms Connolly with dried blood stains, bruises on her face and talking "gibberish".
Worse still, the Welsh translations are plain gibberish. This anti-socially pushes our precious Welsh language further to extinction by showing that the authorities think it is unimportant, leading others to follow suit and thus discouraging its use.
This is several years too late, assert critics who point to the board's history of unreliability, its faulty bulbs, cramped figures and shabby outlook, its tendency to freeze at key moments or spout gibberish, conk out or fail to start as a convincing body of evidence that it should have been trashed long ago.
There's no doubting Ritchie's stylistic flair, but his screenplay is a morass of cliches and spiritual gibberish.
Arthur, 26, responded: 'He talks gibberish and is hard to understand anyway.
Sometimes we get gibberish, sometimes embarrassing gaffes, but mostly side-splitting howlers.
A symphony of sounds, from guttural to scatlike gibberish, emerges from his lips as his arms reach skyward.
We see them playing clunky video games, chasing after small runaway creatures, or holding forth in gibberish from behind colossal laminated desks.
Mutations have usually altered the original Bible verse, creating gibberish or converting, for example, fowl into foul.
MP Mr Peter Luff (Con Mid-Worcs) stepped up his attack on Advantage West Midlands after it cited the approval of the Plain English Campaign in its defence when he condemned the wording of its economic strategy as "facile gibberish".
I'm at a total loss to explain why the BBC remains loyal to someone who just rambles on about whatever meaningless gibberish comes into his head.
Among his other books are O fogo e as cinzas (1952; "The Fire and the Ashes"), Seara de vento (1958; "Harvest of Wind"), Um anjo no trapezio (1968; "An Angel on the Trapeze"), Tempo de solidao (1969; "Time of Solitude"), and Cronicas algarvias (1986; "Constant Gibberish"), as well as the verse collections Poemas completos (1963) and Obra poetica (1984).
If you've been following me closely I have said that Bodies was 'gibberish'.
"At first I thought it was gibberish, then I realised they were using a different pronunciation."