nonsensical

[ non-sen-si-kuhl ]
/ nɒnˈsɛn sɪ kəl /

adjective

(of words or language) having little or no meaning; making little or no sense: A baby's babbling is appealingly nonsensical.
(of behavior, conduct, actions, etc.) foolish, senseless, fatuous, or absurd: His nonsensical behavior was unusual for such a serious person.
objectionable, impudent, insubordinate: I refuse to listen to that nonsensical gossip.
of trifling importance or of little or no use: I've had more than enough of your nonsensical advice!

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Origin of nonsensical

OTHER WORDS FROM nonsensical

non·sen·si·cal·ly, adverbnon·sen·si·cal·i·ty, non·sen·si·cal·ness, noun
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