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- n. Nonsensical speech or writing.
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- adj. meaningless, worthless
- adj. absurd, nonsense, non-sensical
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- n. nonsensical language (according to Lewis Carroll)
Nowadays the word jabberwocky is used to mean nonsensical language in general. â€ "V Venkata Rao, Ahmedabad
But those winds were futile as a device for prying away such an inspissated couple for once they were together this man and woman babbled to each other a mutually pleasurable one word jabberwocky despite the fiercely driven rains, hail, and the flash flood at their feet.
Saatchi, of course, had a merry group of fawning lackeys to give him confidence, to spout on his behalf the jargon and jabberwocky of the contemporary curator.
The word "jabberwocky" was coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in "Alice in Wonderland."
For one thing, the virus is spread through words, resulting in the kind of jabberwocky that makes experimental ninth-grade creative writing classes sound like The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.
He nominated these two guys -- if I may call them that -- he nominated these two guys after the deadline so he has to wait until 2004 and I just think we're in some kind of jabberwocky world where you nominate some one who declares a war for the Peace Prize.
Yes, this musical "jabberwocky" sounded like a work from twenty years ago.
7. The word "jabberwocky" was coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in "Alice in Wonderland."
a bit of "jabberwocky" .. but the truth is, as I wrote, that netanyahu is the lesser of the evils.
God as he had appeared in the shape of man extended his hands towards her and for a moment there was peace, levied upon fierce tidal waves of crimson,, hellish jabberwocky.