nonsensicalness

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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