nonsensically

[ non-sen-si-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF nonsensically
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Kate was chattering fastest of all, and loudest—not to say the most nonsensically.

Perry Blair—Blue Jeans, with no rent in his shirt and a nonsensically expensive hat—had been driving a nail into the wall.

It is curious how nonsensically men, otherwise intelligent, will argue whenever they meddle with a question relative to medicine.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from nonsense + -ical. Related: Nonsensically.

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