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Example sentences for "gibberish"

Lexicographically close words:
giants; gib; gibber; gibbered; gibbering; gibbet; gibbeted; gibbets; gibbous; gibe
  1. The doctrine that the King never dies, that the throne never can be vacant, would have seemed gibberish to one who had seen the throne vacant and had borne his part in filling it.

  2. The doctrine that the King can do no wrong would have seemed no less gibberish to one who knew that he might possibly be called on to bear his part in deposing a King.

  3. Did you ever hear such gibberish in your life?

  4. It raised its voice higher and higher, shrieking senseless gibberish in its rage.

  5. Her lips moved in a gibberish they could not understand.

  6. She muttered gibberish Rhoda could not understand.

  7. The involved gibberish in which most of their utterances was couched, obscures most of their reactions in any event.

  8. However, they were not bent on determining quantitative values, which is the fundamental object of the assayer's art, and all their discussion is shrouded in an obscure cloak of gibberish and attempted mysticism.

  9. You can hardly believe how troubled he is about some gibberish of that old hag that sets charms for lame horses, etc.

  10. Hereupon he had recourse to the dictionary, and at last got into such a rage, that he spoke nothing but English, which she imagined was gibberish of the devil's own inspiration.

  11. The poor chap has evidently gone mad and is jabbering some gibberish or other.

  12. I'm not mathematical, and to hell with the gibberish you talk.

  13. Fine lot of gibberish they've talked to us, the beasts!

  14. The whole thing seemed like enchantment, coming, as we did, from recent contact with howling savages, the echo of whose infernal gibberish had hardly ceased ringing in our ears.

  15. The hidden sense of this gibberish was, "Throw the country into confusion; it will be necessary at last to have recourse to King James.

  16. Thus even the crudest and least coherent utterances, when we suspect some soul to be groping in them, and striving to address us, become oracular; a divine afflatus breathes behind their gibberish and they seem to manifest some deep intent.

  17. And with some like gibberish from the Scriptures he disappeared through the bushes, and next minute I saw him running along the moor toward the hills.

  18. He would rave his unmeaning gibberish in her ears, would ill-treat her, it might be; in any case would be a perpetual sorrow to her heart.

  19. Now and again apes challenged from the jungle, and Barter answered them with that strange laughter of his, or with a flow of gibberish that was like nothing human.

  20. Apeman turned after snarling at them for a few moments, and began to chatter in that gibberish which appeared to be Apeman's only mode of speech--ape language on the lips of a man!

  21. There was fierce joy in the laughter, and the laughter was followed by words of a strange gibberish which Bentley could not recall as being from any language he had ever heard.

  22. Beside Apeman, who now was awake and exchanging crazy gibberish with the she who had licked his wounds, Ellen Estabrook, trying to be brave, did not cry aloud.

  23. But with his gibberish was he actually conversing with them?

  24. Apeman could probably speak to them after a fashion, but his gibberish would come strangely perhaps unintelligibly, through the mouth of Bentley.

  25. But the answer was a gurgling gibberish that made no sense at all!

  26. Bentley tried to answer him, tried to speak, but something appeared to have gone wrong with his vocal cords, so that all that came from his lips was a senseless gibberish that meant nothing at all.

  27. He would not wish for Manape-Bentley to remain forever as Manape-Bentley, lacking the power of speech, either human speech or the gibberish of the apes.

  28. Such gibberish as children may be heard amusing themselves with.

  29. Defn: To talk rapidly, indistinctly, or unintelligibly; to utter gibberish or nonsense; to chatter.

  30. He, like a gypsy, oftentimes would go; All kinds of gibberish he had learnt to known.

  31. Wisdom can not be corraled with gibberish and fettered in jargon.

  32. Metaphysical gibberish is a rudimentary survival of the practise of reading to the people in a dead language.

  33. But our Spanish, which Quarternight and I tried on them, was as unintelligible to them as their guttural gibberish was to us.

  34. The robin thought he spoke this gibberish to them because they were not intelligent enough to understand feathered speech.

  35. Dickon always spoke it to the robin himself, so the queer gibberish he used when he spoke to humans did not matter in the least.

  36. He suddenly left the cabin, and I heard him in violent controversy with some one, who seemed to me to talk gibberish in response to him.

  37. And so on for another long series, mostly quite incomprehensible gibberish to me about Him, whoever he might be.

  38. Pistols, as ye shall learn to your cost, if you do not cease speaking in that gibberish and converse in Castilian.

  39. Oh, what hearty laughs our missionaries have had when comparing the eternally sounding Eastern gibberish of Omani batsikhom, Omani batsikhom, and the Ave Maria and Amen Jesus of our own idiotical devotees.

  40. Then, instead of stillness, moans and shrieks from above and below, oaths and prayers in English and French and Portuguese, and in the heathen gibberish of the East.

  41. Talked a sight of law gibberish I didn't understand.

  42. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "gibberish" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    absurdity; argot; babble; balderdash; bombast; cant; cipher; claptrap; code; drivel; flummery; froth; fudge; fustian; gabble; gibber; gibberish; humbug; jabber; jargon; jumble; lingo; noise; nonsense; palaver; patois; patter; phraseology; prate; prattle; rant; raving; rigmarole; rodomontade; rubbish; scramble; slang; terminology; trash; trumpery; twaddle; vernacular; vocabulary