There were innuendoes regarding certain women, but I put them out of my mind as twaddle.
They aren't cooped up with servants and tea parties and twaddle.
It was such a comfort to Lady Cashel to have some one to whom she could twaddle!
How do you figure that kind of twaddle ties in with anything?
Yet she knew that shed send it and shed always write that kind of twaddle to Nan Pym.
Sleep is good for the body, and twaddle is not good for the soul.
Did you see her trying to take an interest in the twaddle of old Cassilis?
I quite expect you to tell me it's twaddle, indeed, I know it is.
Don't you take in the twaddle about God sending thunderbolts; it's that old war-horse down below.
I am tired of hearing all this twaddle about marrying college girls.
"silly talk," 1782, probably from twattle (1550s), of obscure origin.
A nosegay or bouquet: A tuzzy-muzzyis a cone-shaped Victorian decoration with dried flowers (1440+)