Nonsensical ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Nonsensical ( adjective )

Not making sense; illogical or absurd.

Origin:

Late middle english: from non- "not" + sense + -al. the original sense was "having no sense", later "contrary to sense or reason".

Examples:

  1. The speaker's argument was full of nonsensical statements.
  2. He gave a nonsensical excuse for being late.
  3. The poet's work was often criticized for being nonsensical.
  4. He was talking in nonsensical gibberish.
  5. The movie's plot was so nonsensical it was hard to follow.

(As a noun)

Nonsensical ( noun )

Not making sense; illogical or absurd.

Origin:

Late middle english: from non- "not" + sense + -al. the original sense was "having no sense", later "contrary to sense or reason".

Examples:

  1. The speaker's argument was full of nonsensical statements.
  2. He gave a nonsensical excuse for being late.
  3. The poet's work was often criticized for being nonsensical.
  4. He was talking in nonsensical gibberish.
  5. The movie's plot was so nonsensical it was hard to follow.
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