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gobbledygook

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgobbledygookgob‧ble‧dy‧gook (also gobbledegook British English) /ˈɡɒbəldiɡuːk $ ˈɡɑːbəldiɡʊk, -ɡuːk/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 informalUNTRUE complicated language, especially in an official or technical document, that is impossible or difficult to understand – used to show disapproval
Examples from the Corpus
gobbledygookThe following is the key paragraph from the barrowload of civil service-drafted jargon and gobbledygook which Douglas dumped upon an unsuspecting House.The extract reads as gobbledygook if it is read as a speech by one individual.I can't understand all this legal gobbledygook.
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