Definition of jabberwocky in English:

jabberwocky

Line breaks: jab¦ber|wocky
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒabəˌwɒki
 
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noun (plural jabberwockies)

[mass noun]
Invented or meaningless language; nonsense: the translation was slow and full of jabberwocky
More example sentences
  • They don't want jabberwocky or gobbledegook going full bore.
  • What sounds meaningful reads like jabberwocky.
  • Penelope describes what this means and the agony and pleasure of streams of jabberwocky issuing forth from a man of words.

Origin

early 20th century: from the title of a nonsense poem in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass (1871).

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