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Because one of his books was written in an incomprehensible code, some have thought the word gibberish was derived from Jabir.
When a clerk at the receiving end set her Enigma to the same starting position and typed the gibberish, the original text appeared.
That could turn an explanation of some important topic into gibberish.
In other words, it’s totally possible to say grammatically correct gibberish—Mad Libs comes to mind—while “escaping” the understanding of a listener.
But when he tried to express the cooperative impulse that stirred within him, his noises became gibberish.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
Now used generally for a spell or conjuring word: mere gibberish.
At the sound of his approach a woman came running to the door, shrieking for assistance in a Mexican gibberish.
When among strangers, they elude inquiries respecting their peculiar language, calling it Gibberish.
They're long strings of mathematical gibberish, and they have an almost magic property.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
But, without minding, John muttered the same gibberish over again, and then sat down at the table which the old folks had left.
CAPE CODHENRY D. THOREAU
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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