“nonsense,” muttered Hawberk, searching on the floor for a fallen rivet.
It would represent a very powerful message—that the public is sick and tired of this nonsense.
For instance, one test displays a series of nonsense symbols, each housed in a box labeled 1-9.
UPDATE: I just learned about this missing two minutes nonsense.
I was like, “Child, I can tell you a whole lot about that nonsense.”
(a) The simplest form is the nonsense Story, as it may be justly called.
"nonsense," he laughed, with the air of a man certain of his facts.
"nonsense, Presley," answered the other, refusing to become angry.
It's all nonsense, and I'm going to see that you're both stopped.
"This is not a time for your nonsense, Mason," said Harry, somewhat sternly.
Relating to a mutation in a structural gene that changes a nucleotide triplet into a stop codon, thus prematurely terminating the polypeptide chain during protein synthesis. See more at point mutation.