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gibberish

[′jib·rish]
(computer science)
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Pearl mumbled something into his ear that sounded, indeed, like human language, but was only such gibberish as children may be heard amusing themselves with by the hour together.
Merlin was still burning smoke-powders, and pawing the air, and muttering gibberish as hard as ever, but looking pretty down-hearted, for of course he had not started even a perspiration in that well yet.
An American sailor, who was cast away on the shore of Africa, where he was kept in slavery for three years, was, at the expiration of that period, found to be imbruted and stultified--he had lost all reasoning power; and having forgotten his native language, could only ut- ter some savage gibberish between Arabic and Eng- lish, which nobody could understand, and which even he himself found difficulty in pronouncing.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is an eminently sensible and thoroughly decent bloke, so why he has allowed himself to sign up to this achingly PC gibberish remains a mystery" Broadcaster Nick Ferrari
When Gibberish welcomes its first customers to Caryl Street on Friday, owner Gaz Matthews will be offering them the latest in his line of off-the-wall and unusual beer-flavour combinations, all brewed on site.
The poet President, 76, has a way with words but his flair is lacking on his website which has a page entirely in gibberish of the classical language.
The campaign is indeed a very good step in changing the gibberish pattern of society.
A more pressing concern, though, is his off-the-chart gibberish, pitching to Laura Begley: "You with me is like champagne and orange juice.
Not to mention torrents of sci-fi gibberish and a lovely romantic ending.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Veteran journalist Yavuz Baydar, against whom a criminal case was recently filed, mocked the measures of censorship taken against him by writing in gibberish for his most recent column published on Monday in the BugE-n daily.
The trouble with that comparison - aside from the issue of it being total gibberish - is that Chennai is 830 miles from Mumbai, so it's a bit like Arsenal saying their main rivals are Dinamo Zagreb.
We haven't heard much about Thamsanqa Jantjiethe sign language interpreter from Nelson Mandela's funeral in December who, it was revealed, was not only signing gibberish at the official ceremony, which he blamed on schizophrenia, but had a disturbing criminal historyin the past few months.