Definition of nonsensical in English:

nonsensical

Syllabification: non·sen·si·cal
Pronunciation: /nänˈsensikəl
 
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noun

  • 1Having no meaning; making no sense: a nonsensical argument he dismissed the claim as nonsensical
    More example sentences
    • This argument is as nonsensical as it is cruel and an extra billion is not enough.
    • It was a nonsensical argument and one got the impression that Kerr did not believe it himself.
    • So we must try to make sense of what seems on the surface to be nonsensical.
    Synonyms
    meaningless, senseless, illogical

Derivatives

nonsensicality

Pronunciation: /ˌnänsensəˈkalitē/
noun

nonsensically

Pronunciation: /nänˈsensik(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Everyone else would say it was fine, even good but all I'd be able to remember was being tongue-tied one minute and jabbering away nonsensically the next.
  • I remember there was something about swapping nonsensically named files, but I can't remember which they were.
  • It was only midnight and he was already stumbling and babbling nonsensically.

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