Antonyms for non-sense

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In the never-troubled silence of the oak's inmost heart, the sense of hearing would be a non-sense.

Kant is here playing on the double meaning of the German sinnleeres—empty of sense and non-sense.

And words whereby we conceive nothing but the sound, are those we call Absurd, insignificant, and Non-sense.

A term is not of course a mere word; a mere word is non-sense, for a sound by itself is not a word at all.

It would have been interesting, not as a testimony to Newton, but to the sense or non-sense of the examiners.

To be trivial on a serious occasion, to be funereal at a banquet, to be long-winded ever—these are the marks of non-sense.

The words were non-sense, as befitted the play, but the music was worthy of something better.