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So you believe the nonsense about ghosts?
It is nonsense to say that they're not paid enough.
It is nonsense for her to say you're not qualified.
These accusations are absolute nonsense.
That's a lot of nonsense.
I think he was talking nonsense!
Come on, no nonsense. Put that coat on and don't argue.
I don't put up with any nonsense from anybody.
a nonsense poem
This is the American English definition of nonsense. View British English definition of nonsense.