Definitions

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

  • noun The incomprehensible or pompous jargon of specialists.

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  • noun Alternative form of gobbledygook.

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Examples

  • Internet-savvy people who know that a mixture of letters, numbers -- in short, gobbledegook, is what a site needs.

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  • If you, as a layman, find the judgments unintelligible then that is what the word gobbledegook means.

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  • This could be taken as jargon gobbledegook for 'meditation', but meditation could be taken as jargon gobbledegook for developing self-consciousness.

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  • I tried to pronounce it too ... the closest I came was "gobbledegook".

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  • I tried to pronounce it too ... the closest I came was "gobbledegook".

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  • This kind of gobbledegook leads to Sikhs, Jews, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists and the whole long chain of “others” claiming equal opportunity status in a country which is essentially built on Christians.

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  • But Mr Latham said the prime minister's comments were "gobbledegook", after she'd appeared on the cover of women's magazines during the election campaign.

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  • No wonder the church is losing touch if this is the kind of gobbledegook they want us to believe it. '

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  • No wonder the church is losing touch if this is the kind of gobbledegook they want us to believe it. '

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  • "No wonder the Church is losing touch if this is the kind of gobbledegook they want us to believe it."

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