noun as in foolish or absurd ideas, behavior, etc.
Turns out that many of the revelations you have wagered your lives on were transparent nonsense, despite your exhaustive research involving Internet memes.
This is why nonsense advice like “think positive” usually fails.
The question is why Fox News continues to pay him to sow division and nonsense on the highest-rated show on cable news.
Instead they air fictions about defunding the police or insulting nonsense about Warnock hating America.
I’m not worried about the “microchip tracking devices” nonsense.
The academic, historic, and geopolitical nonsense that Khomeinism equals Iran has lasted long enough.
But the author of The Beauty Myth has become a nonsense-garbling conspiracy theorist.
In those early days, no-nonsense Anna was a full partner in the business.
A country that is serious about health reform would not take a limited, valued resource and waste it on nonsense like this.
You can either consume this plasticky PR nonsense and keep watching, or you can walk away.
"Look here, old man, this superstitious nonsense is becoming an obsession to you," it said one fine April morning.
If you do not give up thinking and take to nonsense and novels, I shall be called to take you through a nervous fever.
I don't want to hear any more of that nonsense, nor to have you, Dorothy, go searching for the place.
"If he would only read our books, and enter into poetry and delight in it; but it is all nonsense to him," said Ethel.
If you were an only son, it might be your duty to stay; being one of many, 'tis nonsense to make a rout about parting with you.
On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nonsense, such as: absurdity, babble, baloney, bunk, craziness, and drivel.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.