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twaddle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtwaddletwad‧dle /ˈtwɒdl $ ˈtwɑːdl/ noun [uncountable]  informalUNTRUE something that someone has said or written that you think is stupid syn nonsense I don’t believe in all that twaddle about fate.
Examples from the Corpus
twaddleNow he is gone and the work is public property, Sherlock Holmes can legally be seen in this kind of twaddle.
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