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Nonsense

nonsense

noun

ideas, behaviour, or statements that are not true or sensible

drivel

noun

stupid and unimportant things that someone says or writes

rubbish

noun

things that someone says or writes that are not reasonable or sensible

garbage

noun

something that someone says or writes that is completely false, silly, or wrong

double dutch

noun

speech or writing that is impossible to understand

ravings

noun

unreasonable or crazy things that someone says

stuff

noun

used for saying that what someone says or thinks is nonsense

gobbledegook

noun

nonsense

mumbo-jumbo

noun

ideas, beliefs, or customs that you think are nonsense

spiel

noun

the things that someone says on a particular occasion, especially things that are not interesting or sincere because they sound like a prepared speech

sandwich generation

a generation … who are balancing working life with caring for both their teenage children and elderly parents

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dish

to gossip or share personal information with someone …

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