drivel[ driv-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF drivel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRIVEL
I'm willing to be decent about it, Tom, but I don't want to listen to drivel like that.
All the drivel you got in the Union wont wash in practical politics.
Five of the fellows read that drivel and decided to follow the suggestion.
For the moment, she had forgotten his use of the term: drivel.
She gets you a job on the paper and then you go and slate her drivel to Jaysus.
I suppose it would sound like drivel if I were to repeat it.
"You must consider the drivel we have just listened to as of some importance, then," I declared.
You didn't think I am really the sort of person who could write that—that drivel!
Longman's talk about the lack of logic in life had seemed to him drivel.
Miss Challoner never wrote the drivel you dare to designate as letters.