gibberish

[ jib-er-ish, gib- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gibberish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIBBERISH

Abruptly he opened his mouth and emitted a flood of gibberish sounds.

But what in the world is this gibberish about Egyptian gods?

Why do you speak to me in that gibberish,” said I; “do you think I understand it?

Or, rather, wouldn't speak because he was ashamed of the gibberish that resulted.

Of course I am telling this in my own language, as I translated it from the negro's gibberish.

Their charms were repeated sometimes in their own language and sometimes in gibberish.

The only answer to this was a wild yell and a chatter of gibberish.

Arthur told me it was gibberish to him and he had thrown it on the fire.

She only uttered the gibberish of her trade; I am sorry that I wasted a sixpence upon her.'

The woman had told him a lot of gibberish about friendly and unfriendly elements.

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