nonsensical talk

See: jargon, prattle
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This nonsensical talk about the Kikuyu being isolated and profiled is dampening the dawn of the New Year.
Enda Kenny's nonsensical talk about a possible United Ireland only underlined the suspicion he and his Government are bereft of ideas on how to meet the challenges posed by Brexit.
She was straight-forward snubbing nonsensical talk to extent of being rude.
Let's stop all the nonsensical talk that says all the political parties are the same.
Indeed, the future of providing health care in an economically restrained era lies in rigorous analysis and research, not in nonsensical talk of energy fields unknown to science or commonsense.
Come to think of it, even with his non- stop nonsensical talk, Mr Yadav, I must admit, had rather become the life of the trip.
Let's have no more of this nonsensical talk of an Old Firm exodus; all parties would do better to accept that they're stuck with each other and focus on making the Scottish League more profitable for everyone.
With City now closer to the bottom three again, rather than the top six, those last three defeats should have finally put paid to such nonsensical talk for another season.
Cutting by vet editor William Anderson ("Green Card," "The Truman Show") helps maintain momentum, but the strained script, laden with too much nonsensical talk, doesn't help.
So why do we get this nonsensical talk from Rhodri Morgan and others saying Wales cannot stand alone?
Nonsensical talk does a great deal of harm, I am convinced of that--but it does not constitute a "crisis." Indeed it has its good side--values that we all cherish are inseparable from it.
Forget the nonsensical talk of increased profits by the large companies on a selective comparison between the dark days of the immediate post- National lottery introduction and the subsequent gradual recovery to its current state.