jargon

Part of speech: noun

Confused speech.

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Usage examples "jargon":

  1. I prefer the Auvergnat accent to that jargon. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.
  2. Philosophers are much like certain musical critics: they write for one another, in a jargon which only themselves can understand. - "The So-called Human Race", Bert Leston Taylor.
  3. " Thank you, sir," I said, for his intention beneath the weird jargon was somehow benevolent. - "Ruggles of Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.