confused talk

See: jargon
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* Speech dysfluencies such as lisping, stuttering, truncation, and confused talk. usually in low voice
As soon as Dali whizzes in the door and begins spitting out predictably obscure and grandiose pronouncements, Obolensky's play begins to melt into formlessness like Dali's famously liquid watches, dissipating into puddles of confused talk. Attempting literary surrealism, Obolensky mostly comes up with addled nonsense.