Related formsnon·sen·si·cal [non-sen-si-kuhl] /nɒnˈsɛn sɪ kəl/, adjective
Examples from the Web for nonsense
A country that is serious about health reform would not take a limited, valued resource and waste it on nonsense like this.
She describes Coles, along with Cosmo Executive Editor Leslie Yazel, as “smart and funny, no nonsense, true to her word.”Joanna Coles: Why Cosmopolitan Does Sexy and Serious So Well|Lloyd Grove|August 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He now faced being arrested yet again for what seemed like nonsense.
But none of this stops Kennedy from trafficking in slander and nonsense.
For Sanders, all of that speculation is nonsense, Beltway gossip that is distracting people from running to the barricades.Can This Ornery Socialist Spoil the Clinton Coronation?|David Freedlander|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I reckon what he said about gettin' you into trouble is all nonsense.The Young Bridge-Tender|Arthur M. Winfield
Such talk is so much Romanticism and nonsense and unsoundness and artificiality.Fathers and Sons|Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
Mother believed the story all nonsense, and was very much concerned that people should repeat such silly tattle.Somehow Good|William de Morgan
"Of course, it's all nonsense," he agreed, if with no great conviction.The White Blackbird|Hudson Douglas
The young man had not been out of Harvard more than three years, but he did not let any nonsense about fair play stand in his way.The Vision Spendid|William MacLeod Raine
British Dictionary definitions for nonsense
Derived Formsnonsensical (nɒnˈsɛnsɪkəl), adjectivenonsensically, adverbnonsensicalness or nonsensicality, noun
Science definitions for nonsense
Idioms and Phrases with nonsense
see stuff and nonsense.