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Word: gibberish

Definition: nonsense; nonsensical or unintelligible talk or writing; babbling

Sentences Containing 'gibberish'

"My friend," said I, "what all this gibberish of yours is about, I don't know, and I don't much care; for it seems to me that you must be a little damaged in the head.
And thus an old idolator at heart, he yet lived among these Christians, wore their clothes, and tried to talk their gibberish.
Carax's segment for the film, called "Merde," starred Lavant as a violent monster who lives in the sewers of Tokyo and speaks in a gibberish language, venturing out occasionally to attack passersby.
Ftumch is accidentally summoned to Earth by Rik reading a gibberish typo aloud twice in Guardian and Neil asking "What's a Ftumch?"
Jimmy, the cashier, sees Trantor and tries to alert Ernest, but he speaks in gibberish.
Most names derive from the Spanish word jerigonza, which can mean either jargon or gibberish.
The film also explores Hollywood's practice of using Italian Americans and American Jews to portray Indians in the movies and reveals how some Native American actors made jokes in their native tongue on screen when the director thought they were simply speaking gibberish.
The former character sounded similar to John Wayne, while the latter simply exploded into babbling gibberish whenever he explained his latest idea to stop the coyote adversaries.
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