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jabberwocky

jabberwocky

noun jab·ber·wocky \ˈja-bər-ˌwä-kē\

Definition of JABBERWOCKY

:  meaningless speech or writing

Examples of JABBERWOCKY

  1. <when he gets angry, he talks in a sort of agitated jabberwocky that is really quite comical>

Origin of JABBERWOCKY

Jabberwocky, nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll
First Known Use: 1902

Rhymes with JABBERWOCKY

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