Is Christopher Nolan's Inception a masterpiece, drivel, too confusing?
VinnyB What's crazy, Ms. Brown, is why two respected journalists would waste their time on this drivel.
Assuredly they are not—in utter stolidity of platitude and absolute impotence of drivel.
I'm willing to be decent about it, Tom, but I don't want to listen to drivel like that.
Quit the drivel of matinee idol longing, and get onto the stage of life and get the bouquets for yourself.
All the drivel you got in the Union wont wash in practical politics.
Lycurgus Mason also always took the view that the "Hymen" chapter was drivel.
For the moment, she had forgotten his use of the term: drivel.
In modern French bave means "drivel," "slabbering," and the verb baver "to slabber," but the bib is now called bavette.
She gets you a job on the paper and then you go and slate her drivel to Jaysus.
Old English dreflian "to dribble or run at the nose, slobber," from Proto-Germanic *drablojanan, from PIE *dher- "to make muddy." Meaning "to speak nonsense" is mid-14c. Related: Driveling, drivelling.
early 14c., drevel "saliva, slaver," from drivel (v.). Meaning "idiotic speech or writing" is from 1852.