English words and Examples of Usage

use "nonsense" in a sentence

To get there, we need to stop the nonsense and embrace the future.

In short, there's plenty of nonsense on all sides of this imbroglio.

I didn't want Manny on there having to listen to all this nonsense."

Speaking on WDBJ Thursday, he described the manifesto as "nonsense."

One is Opal Peachey’s Valerie, the no-nonsense co-owner of this boîte.

We'll talk about who took a hit and who managed to avoid this nonsense.

Some Democrat is just trying to stir up meaningless political nonsense.

In the past we codified this nonsense to the point we had a sangamelee.

But the particular critique offered on talk radio this week is nonsense.

Nonsense, says DW's Felix Steiner - it is a completely unrealistic plan.

Homeland is nonsense, reads this graffiti, using the word for watermelon.

His famous hot-tempered TV persona earned him his no-nonsense reputation.

For the record, the Kremlin has dismissed the allegation as utter nonsense.

What she's doing is completely nonsense, said Amira's father, Abase Hussen.

Nonsense, Bayne suggested, as those rules were broad, unclear and ambiguous.

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