talk nonsense

See: prattle
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You talk nonsense and are pleased with it; you say impudent things and are in continual alarm and apologising for them.
Don't talk nonsense,' said Alice more boldly: `you know you're growing too.
Oh, leave off, you always talk nonsense and keep putting things off- and this is what comes of it
Now, look here, Peter, don't talk nonsense," expostulated Dan.
But you make allowances for women; we all talk nonsense.
In short, I believe you have been trying to draw me out--or in; you have been talking nonsense to make me talk nonsense.
He said American presidential candidates during their campaigns "eat too much sugar," a reference to a Farsi proverb about those who talk nonsense.
There is no way in the world Adrian Chiles (right) should ever be allowed to talk nonsense for two hours live on television ever again.
Perhaps, Mr Cable, your portfolio should be farming, then at least we would understand why you talk nonsense.
Without naming the Congress, Prasad said if anyone continued to talk nonsense, he would reveal more.
If they talk nonsense they are in company with many people I come into contact with.
I've heard one pundit, who doesn't talk nonsense, even say that he wouldn't be surprised if Well Chief turned up at Cheltenham for the Champion Chase.