David Cameron has repeated this nonsense about the Commonwealth wishing to block change.
“nonsense,” muttered Hawberk, searching on the floor for a fallen rivet.
Journalists help out by behaving as if objectivity requires them to write down what politicians say without noting the nonsense.
For instance, one test displays a series of nonsense symbols, each housed in a box labeled 1-9.
It would represent a very powerful message—that the public is sick and tired of this nonsense.
(a) The simplest form is the nonsense Story, as it may be justly called.
If this be said of musick, it is nonsense; if it be said of water, it is nothing to the purpose.
"nonsense, Presley," answered the other, refusing to become angry.
"nonsense," said the Inspector, and pushing her roughly aside he stepped into the room.
"This is not a time for your nonsense, Mason," said Harry, somewhat sternly.
Relating to a mutation in a structural gene that changes a nucleotide triplet into a stop codon, thus prematurely terminating the polypeptide chain during protein synthesis. See more at point mutation.