nonsensical

[non-sen-si-kuhl]
adjective
1.
(of words or language) having little or no meaning; making little or no sense: A baby's babbling is appealingly nonsensical.
2.
(of behavior, conduct, actions, etc.) foolish, senseless, fatuous, or absurd: His nonsensical behavior was unusual for such a serious person.
3.
objectionable, impudent, insubordinate: I refuse to listen to that nonsensical gossip.
4.
of trifling importance or of little or no use: I've had more than enough of your nonsensical advice!

Origin:
nonsense + -ical

nonsensically, adverb
nonsensicality, nonsensicalness, noun
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nonsense (ˈnɒnsəns)
 
n
1.  something that has or makes no sense; unintelligible language; drivel
2.  conduct or action that is absurd
3.  foolish or evasive behaviour or manners: she'll stand no nonsense
4.  See no-nonsense
5.  things of little or no value or importance; trash
 
interj
6.  an exclamation of disagreement
 
nonsensical
 
adj
 
non'sensically
 
adv
 
non'sensicalness
 
n
 
nonsensi'cality
 
n

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Example sentences
Myths and misinformation can range from the merely nonsensical to the downright
  dangerous.
Five years too late, a reply that is completely nonsensical as well as full of
  the requisite bad grammar, and no link.
What seems nonsensical makes perfect, and worrying, sense if you understand how
  this debate is likely to play out.
Since all our ideas are expressed in language and mathematics, they become
  nonsensical when describing metaphysics.
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