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If you describe someone's words or ideas as gibberish, you mean that they do not make any sense.      n-uncount   (=nonsense)  
When he was talking to a girl he could hardly speak, and when he did speak he talked gibberish.     
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all Greek     (informal)   babble, balderdash, balls     (taboo slang)   bilge     (informal)   blather, bosh     (informal)   bull     (slang)   bullshit     (taboo slang)   bunkum or buncombe     (chiefly U.S.)   cobblers     (Brit. taboo slang)   crap     (slang)   double talk, drivel, eyewash     (informal)   gabble, garbage     (informal)   gobbledegook     (informal)   guff     (slang)   hogwash, hokum     (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   horsefeathers     (U.S. slang)   hot air     (informal)   jabber, jargon, moonshine, mumbo jumbo, nonsense, pap, piffle     (informal)   poppycock     (informal)   prattle, shit     (taboo slang)   tommyrot, tosh     (slang, chiefly Brit.)   tripe     (informal)   twaddle, yammer     (informal)  

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gibber, gibbet, girlish, gibe

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