Language that is meaningless or is made unintelligible by excessive use of abstruse technical terms; nonsense.
More example sentences
- The commentary became technical and aeronautical gobbledygook, but it was quite exciting.
- The language may sound like gobbledegook but according to the council ‘although the wording may not be obvious to some people, the specialists we seek will fully understand the terminology’.
- He waged war against the mountains of unintelligible gobbledygook that is regularly dumped on schools by government bureaucrats.
1940s (originally US): probably imitating a turkey's gobble.