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abracadabra a nonsense word thought to produce a magical effect such as the warding off of disaster or disease. [2 definitions]
baloney (slang) nonsense. [2/3 definitions]
blithering babbling nonsense; blathering.
bollocks (chiefly British; vulgar slang) utter nonsense; complete rubbish. [1/3 definitions]
bosh (informal) foolish or meaningless talk; nonsense.
bunk2 (informal) nonsense; claptrap.
doo-wop a singing style most popular in the 1950s, characterized by a lead singer performing with a chorus singing nonsense syllables, either with or without instrumental accompaniment.
double-talk unintelligible or meaningless talk, usu. uttered rapidly, in which nonsense sounds are intermixed with real words. [1/3 definitions]
eyewash (informal) nonsense or falsehood intended to mislead. [1/2 definitions]
fiddlesticks nonsense! (used to express annoyance or irritation).
flap-doodle (informal) foolishness; nonsense.
flimflam (informal) a bit of nonsense; foolery. [1/3 definitions]
folderol foolish speech or notions; nonsense. [1/2 definitions]
guff foolish talk; nonsense. [1/2 definitions]
hocus-pocus nonsense or trickery intended to deceive; mystification. [1/2 definitions]
hokey-pokey trickery; nonsense; hocus-pocus.
hokum (informal) nonsense or absurdity; bunk or claptrap. [1/2 definitions]
hooey (informal) nonsense; foolishness.
horseshit (slang) lies, exaggerations, or nonsense. [1/3 definitions]
humbug something without substance or meaning, such as an idea or argument; nonsense. [2/8 definitions]
Jabberwocky in the nineteenth-century tale Through the Looking Glass, a poem containing many nonsense words. [1/2 definitions]