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- n. The state or condition of being nonsensical.
- n. A nonsensical belief, remark, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being nonsensical, or without sense or meaning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a message that seems to convey no meaning
Also, and more fundamentally, the swing toward a new paradigm, once the old one has reached a stage of palpable implementation, is a logical consequence of the practical "nonsensicality" of the old dogma.
For the love of all that's holy I can't tell if we're supposed to empathize with the ineptitude, greed, and nonsensicality of these unbelievably stupid beings, or if their lack of cognizance is merely there to justify the film's bland and unimaginative carnage for serious, the amount of death and mutilation that could have been easily avoided here is enough to negate the very existence of the film in the first place.
Also, and more fundamentally, the swing toward a new paradigm, once the old one has reached a stage of palpable implementation, is a logical consequence of the practical “nonsensicality” of the old dogma.
One just publishes the analytical demonstration of nonsensicality, and goes on to say that all the papers purporting a global average temperature trend are now demonstrated as false and specious.
#26: Pat, the analytical demonstration of nonsensicality has been done, but I doubt it will have the effect you are hoping for, at least not for a long time yet.
 This ridiculous couplet pretends to imitate the redundancy and nonsensicality of Aeschylus 'language; it can be seen how superficial and unfair the criticism of Euripides is; probably this is just what
What, from that moment onward, was called the "Gospels" was the very reverse of what he had lived: "bad tidings," a Dysangelium. 14 It is an error amounting to nonsensicality to see in "faith," and particularly in faith in salvation through Christ, the distinguishing mark of the Christian: only the Christian way of life, the life lived by him who died on the cross, is Christian ...
The questioning, lead mostly by Sen. Al Franken, reached its peak at this point, wherein the nonsensicality of Apple's
I'm all for sites using images of our media age to critique the nonsensicality of the simulacrum in the age of spectacle.
With a measure of reluctance, given the material’s nonsensicality and foul language, Hancock sent the first Cautionary Tales of Swords script to Ashe.