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drivel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdriveldriv‧el /ˈdrɪvəl/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 STUPID/NOT SENSIBLEsomething that is said or written that is silly or does not mean anything 🔊 Don’t talk such drivel!drivel verb [intransitive]
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drivelSpare us the cliched drivel of how spring training mirrors life's new beginnings.I don't know which is worse - her drivel or you being daft enough to listen to it!Most of these essays are just full of drivel.Typing five or six thousand words of drivel every day was a strange way to keep sane.Some of it is amusing, some of it pretentious drivel.The talk was lively and, compared to Morrison's drivel, refreshingly rational.She sat impatiently listening to the teacher's drivel about the fault in the program he was about to network.Trust me when I say you should have nothing to do with such drivel - make like a tree and leave it.Why bother with this drivel my teacher asks us to do?
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