Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of gibberish.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of gibberish.

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Examples

  • The point of all this jibberish is that area 5 is easier to move about when you are 60 years old than areas 2 or 3 which are mostly vertical.

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  • "We came up with this word creation which combines 'jibberish' -- you know, when you're in a foreign country -- with 'being on the go.'

    ThePittsburghChannel.com - Local News

  • This is the kind of jibberish that will be the downfall of this nation. more about "FOX's Glenn Beck compares Obama to th …", posted with vodpod

    The Brotherman's Current Issues Squawkbox

  • April 10th, 2009 at 10: 32 am wow. priceless. while criticizing my "jibberish" you proceed to write a sentence fragment and spell multiple words wrong. im kettle, nice to meet you pot. brainwashed moron. "have you write my thoughts". wtf?

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • I hate to be the one to clue you in, but calling someone's opinions "jibberish" is hardly respectful.

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  • Sorry Mr A, I have been in exile for the last few weeks after a fellow pies supporter vilified my wordy offering as being "jibberish" with a "J". (note from websters: "First note that the proper spelling of Gibberish is with a G and not a J according to the Websters

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  • Stripped of the think-tank jibberish, isn't this called rationing, the hallmark of socialized medicine?

    Sure, Older Folks Will Always Use More Health Care

  • Don't bother reading it...it is jibberish -- good for nothing except to decipher what passes as the dictates of a dictator.

    Amb. Marc Ginsberg: Burn Qaddafi's Green Book!

  • Especially knowing that they're singing jibberish.

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  • The word instead evolved with emerging technologies, so that today phrases like "live broadcast" and "recording live" are meaningful and not paradoxical jibberish.

    Claire Gordon: A Conversation With Your Cellphone

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