Definition of Nonsenses

1. Noun. (plural of nonsense) ¹



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Definition of Nonsenses

1. nonsense [n] - See also: nonsense

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonsenses

nonsensational
nonsensationalist
nonsensationalistic
nonsense
nonsense(a)
nonsense codon
nonsense mutation
nonsense mutations
nonsense strand
nonsense suppression
nonsense syndrome
nonsense triplet
nonsense verse
nonsense word
nonsensed
nonsenses
nonsensical
nonsensicalities
nonsensicality
nonsensically
nonsensicalness
nonsensification
nonsensifications
nonsensify
nonsensing
nonsensitive
nonsensory
nonsensual
nonsensuality
nonsensuous

Literary usage of Nonsenses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Womankind by Charlotte Mary Yonge (1877)
"... whatever nonsenses he may have of his own, he is very clear-sighted as to her nonsenses. Sometimes he is wrong, as when he resents devotional exercises, ..."

2. The Novels of Jane Austen by Jane Austen (1905)
"... and the gentlemen perhaps thought each to himself, 'Women will have their little nonsenses and needless cares.' One perplexity, however, arose, ..."

3. Jane Austen's Works by Jane Austen, James Edward Austen-Leigh (1882)
"... things are dirty or not;' and the gentlemen perhaps thought each to himself, ' Women will have their little nonsenses and needless cares. ..."

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