gibberish

Part of speech: adjective

Without meaning.

Part of speech: noun

Incoherent gabble.

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Usage examples "gibberish":

  1. As before, the words were gibberish, but the penetrating stare of those strange white eyes gave them a meaning in the depths of his brain. - "The Tree of Life", Catherine Lucille Moore.
  2. Without another word he was off, and as I committed the gibberish to memory I could hear his song going up the Saltmarket:- " The minister kissed the fiddler's wife, And he couldna preach for thinkin' o't." - "Salute to Adventurers", John Buchan.
  3. Of course it would be all Greek or gibberish to the new people. - "Lady Baltimore", Owen Wister.