jabberwocky

IPA: dʒˈæbɝvˈɑki

Root Word: Jabberwocky

noun

  • A nonsensical poem that appears in Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.
  • Invented or meaningless language; nonsense.

adjective

  • meaningless, worthless
  • absurd, nonsense, nonsensical

Examples of "jabberwocky" in Sentences

  • Jabberwocky in translation or the like.
  • It might just be a bunch of jabberwocky.
  • A few minutes of that will put you deep into Jabberwocky land.
  • And what about the Jabberwocky, it's a unique fictional animal.
  • Thanks for the link to Jabberwocky that was an interesting read.
  • Burton focused on the Jabberwocky poem as part of his structure.
  • The in game description of the weapon paraphrases the Jabberwocky poem.
  • The word jabberwocky is also occasionally used as a synonym of nonsense.
  • The word 'jabberwocky' is also occasionally used as a synonym of nonsense.
  • Yes, this musical "jabberwocky" sounded like a work from twenty years ago.
  • a bit of "jabberwocky" .. but the truth is, as I wrote, that netanyahu is the lesser of the evils.
  • The word "jabberwocky" was coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in "Alice in Wonderland."
  • 7. The word "jabberwocky" was coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in "Alice in Wonderland."
  • Nowadays the word jabberwocky is used to mean nonsensical language in general. †"V Venkata Rao, Ahmedabad
  • Saatchi, of course, had a merry group of fawning lackeys to give him confidence, to spout on his behalf the jargon and jabberwocky of the contemporary curator.
  • For one thing, the virus is spread through words, resulting in the kind of jabberwocky that makes experimental ninth-grade creative writing classes sound like The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.
  • He nominated these two guys -- if I may call them that -- he nominated these two guys after the deadline so he has to wait until 2004 and I just think we're in some kind of jabberwocky world where you nominate some one who declares a war for the Peace Prize.
  • But those winds were futile as a device for prying away such an inspissated couple for once they were together this man and woman babbled to each other a mutually pleasurable one word jabberwocky despite the fiercely driven rains, hail, and the flash flood at their feet.

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