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Synonyms for gobbledegook

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He added: "Going back to my own time as the chair of a social inclusion partnership I banned some of the gobbledegook phrases.
Gobbledegook gives Chrissie Maher, founder of the Plain English Campaign, branded the to are can't "Bull certificate.
He recounted how, while starring in a Pinter play, he suddenly (by a coup de foudre) came to understand what the gobbledegook text "really meant.
Or "nonsense": eyewash, poppycock, claptrap, drivel, gibberish, gobbledegook, rot, hogwash, flapdoodle, bosh, bunkum, hokum, bilge, balderdash, twaddle, tommyrot, rubbish, garbage, pishtosh, humbug, and fiddle-laddie.
Then Disney issued some gobbledegook saying she was a "mixed heritage princess in a fairytale world".
Over-cooked sci-fi gobbledegook aside, Russell T Davies did have one stroke of genius up his sleeve in making the harbinger of the Doctor's demise not John Simm's arch villain, but Bernard Cribbin's kindly old pensioner Wilf.
Judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode help crank up the tension in-between salivating over tasty titbits and talking gobbledegook about the rights and wrongs of cooking a bird.
Much of it is gobbledegook - the appropriate term is probably 'gobble-gobbledegook' given the season.
We did it simply because we don't like the gobbledegook terms Solicitor General and Attorney General.
Strip away the gobbledegook, and what does this mean in practice?
I personally have always considered much of his writing gobbledegook which I rarely was able to use in my practice, and I concur with Ms.
Many students see the language of mathematics as gobbledegook.
Every industry has its own particular jargon that quickly renders any language incomprehensible gobbledegook.
The author writes without the gobbledegook which often passes for literary theory and gives readers a sure-footed basis for appreciating the Lyrical Ballads.
You can't really imagine Tom attending a David Brent-style mis-management, gobbledegook course for executives who haven't got anything better to do with their days.