falderal

[fal-duh-ral] /ˈfæl dəˌræl/
noun
1.
mere nonsense; foolish talk or ideas.
2.
a trifle; gimcrack; gew-gaw.
Also, falderol
[fal-duh-rol] /ˈfæl dəˌrɒl/ (Show IPA),
folderol.
Origin
1695–1705; orig. as a nonsense refrain in songs; of obscure origin
Example Sentences for falderal
All the falderal concerning using computer based touch-screen terminals has little meaning to them.
British Dictionary definitions for falderal
falderal, falderol or folderol (ˈfældɪˌræl, ˈfældɪˌrɒl, ˈfɒldɪˌrɒl)
 
n
1.  a showy but worthless trifle
2.  foolish nonsense
3.  a nonsensical refrain in old songs
 
falderol, falderol or folderol
 
n
 
folderol, falderol or folderol
 
n

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falderal

noun

Wasted effort; also, mere nonsense : the falderal involved in PTA


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Tile value for falderal

12
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