nonsensical


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Synonyms for nonsensical

Synonyms for nonsensical

Synonyms for nonsensical

having no intelligible meaning

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nonsensical babbling swiftly going from endearing to plain irritating.
But the idea that to make your fortune, young man or woman, you have to head south is not just nonsensical, but also wrong.
Mr O'Leary, whose airline has had to cancel dozens of flights at the height of the security crisis, has been highly critical of the new baggage rules, describing them as "nonsensical".
The same powerful mind control has apparently been applied to the entire western world, making us believe that nonsensical diet fads - as opposed to healthy eating and exercise - actually work
SIR - In all the correspondence about 'God rest ......,' as far as I have noticed, no one has pointed out that both the versions of the first line which have been discussed are nonsensical.
As the last century resoundingly demonstrated, human existence is now largely secular, with religion seen as a marginal, futile and slightly nonsensical pursuit.
It is nonsensical to blame the road, which seems to be the case with so many accidents recently.
And how on earth has such a nonsensical sub-soap-opera script gotten productions in London, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York?
The painter creates gloriously nonsensical, lushly colored and composed fantasias that, aptly enough in a post-"ism" era, defy categorization and resist interpretation.
WHEN it comes to utterly nonsensical surveys, the National Trust this week takes the biscuit.
By all means escape the stuffed-shirt image of so many tennis clubs, but not for the nonsensical "let's get ready to rumble" shout-fest.
Anyone who listens to the tape for even a few minutes will readily understand how nonsensical that assertion is.
The secret lies in Decoufle's essentially childlike vision that can pare things down to their funny, nonsensical origins.
After fifty-five minutes of the usual "we-must-strengthen-the-family" drivel (time for national distribution of barbells), Bradley, looking like he'd been sucking on a persimmon way too long, suggested that the real problem in America was "inadequate economic growth, unfairly shared" and that there was "no way to separate someone's earning power from their prospects for life." Moderator Tim Russert stopped this insight dead in its tracks by shooting back, "But lack of a job is no substitute for lack of values!" If you can come up with nonsensical comments like this one, you could even host your own show.
Once they eliminated nonsensical combinations, the number of design combinations was reduced to fewer than 1,000.