Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun colloq. Nonsense; foolish talk.
  • noun a knickknack; a gew-gaw.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of folderol.

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Examples

  • On the other side, of course, the narrative falderal is just irrelevant.

    In Need of Recovery | PopPolitics.com

  • The glide of athletic assurance in a body trained for bolder actions than gentlemanly falderal.

    Earl of Durkness

  • As some readers may know, I usually cover fashion falderal.

    Cator Sparks: An Evening With Soho Rep. The Broadway of the Avant Garde!

  • When fathers stopped stuffing clowns into suitcases birds sang falderal! in the sun.

    Omaha

  • The glide of athletic assurance in a body trained for bolder actions than gentlemanly falderal.

    Earl of Durkness

  • As some readers may know, I usually cover fashion falderal.

    Cator Sparks: An Evening With Soho Rep. The Broadway of the Avant Garde!

  • The glide of athletic assurance in a body trained for bolder actions than gentlemanly falderal.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Meanwhile, as the country was temporarily distracted by a 9/11 hoax hatched by superstitious goobers using their voodoo tome to motivate the burning of a rival's superstitious falderal, the United States government was selling billions of dollars of weaponry to the very country from which our attackers and their mastermind hail, Saudi Arabia.

    James Campion: The Money Season

  • Meanwhile, as the country was temporarily distracted by a 9/11 hoax hatched by superstitious goobers using their voodoo tome to motivate the burning of a rival's superstitious falderal, the United States government was selling billions of dollars of weaponry to the very country from which our attackers and their mastermind hail, Saudi Arabia.

    James Campion: The Money Season

  • Meanwhile, as the country was temporarily distracted by a 9/11 hoax hatched by superstitious goobers using their voodoo tome to motivate the burning of a rival's superstitious falderal, the United States government was selling billions of dollars of weaponry to the very country from which our attackers and their mastermind hail, Saudi Arabia.

    James Campion: The Money Season

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