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talk sense/rubbish/nonsense etc meaning, definition, what is talk sense/rubbish/ nonsense etc: used to say that you think someone is sa...: Learn more.

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/talk-nonsense

talk nonsense definition, meaning, what is talk nonsense: to say things that are not reasonable or have no meaning: . Learn more.

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nonsense synonyms: noun Unintelligible or foolish talk: babble, blather, blatherskite, double talk, gabble, gibberish, jabber, jabberwocky, jargon, prate, prattle, ...

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en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Talk:Nonsense

This is a note concerning the Unsourced material on the page. While I do not think that all the unsourced quotations need be kept (especially if some that should ...

philosophynow.org/issues/70/Do_Philosophers_Talk_Nonsense

It emerges that you are being accused of not meaning anything at all. Rather annoyed, you ask whether you're supposed to be deliberately talking nonsense.

www.spectator.co.uk/2013/03/the-curse-of-public-speaking-2

Mar 30, 2013 ... Why do people talk nonsense in public on The Spectator | There's something about the word located that makes me want to slit throats. Not that ...

www.caring.com/blogs/older-patients-wiser-care/delirium-elderly-nonsense-delirium

Apr 5, 2010 ... Now he was talking nonsense. Although over the phone he insisted to me that he felt fine, something was clearly more wrong than before.