nouninformal , chiefly British
1Copious but meaningless talk or writing; nonsense: bureaucratic argle-bargle
More example sentences
- That's the gist of the new national security report, 49 pages of argle-bargle updated from argle-bargle of 2002.
- The folks on the Nova Roma group are having an argle-bargle about it.
- I'll spare you the technical argle-bargle.
early 19th century: reduplication of dialect argle, a late 16th-century alteration of argue.
Definition of argle-bargle in:
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