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  • n. Foolish and nonsensical talking.
  • n. The study/science of foolishness resp. foolish and nonsensical talking.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Foolish talk; nonsense; folly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Foolish speech.


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From Old Greek μωρολογία (morologia) (composed of μωρία (moria) „foolishness“, and λόγος (logos) „word, talking, science“).


  • And even though I don't have a degree in morology, I can tell it is a vast kingdom with millions of subjects all over the world.



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  • Oh, what can the cause of this folly be,

    This mad, inauspicious frivolity?

    Their mouths are uncivil

    And spewing forth drivel.

    The Congress is mired in morology!

    January 29, 2018

  • 1) the study of foolish and nonsensical talking

    2) deliberate nonsense or foolishness for effect

    May 12, 2008