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Things nonsense often describes (“nonsense ________”)
words, approach, attitude, manner, style, guide, material, tone, voice, verses, way, verse, woman, man, type, kind, look, botany, question, person, mutation, guy, word, talk, name, sort, advice, syllable, air, songs, fashion, demeanor, poetry, language, book, questions, figures, sentences, officer, suppression, names, leader, figure, expression, poems, lady, manager, church, codon, materials, personality, phrases, face, stories, teacher, quality, judge, humor, administrator, businessman, commander, nurse, soldier, answers, rhyme, cop, image, effervescent, sounds, speech, practicality, poem, format, executive, disciplinarian, strings, atmosphere

How nonsense often is described (“________ nonsense”)
such, sheer, utter, much, pure, more, absolute, mere, complete, arrant, romantic, silly, sentimental, childish, damned, superstitious, dangerous, perfect, ridiculous, obvious, plain, downright, fantastic, bloody, stupid, usual, damn, absurd, metaphysical, greatest, foolish, solemn, fashionable, wild, palpable, patent, wonderful, pretentious, idle, infernal, pernicious, meaningless, transcendental, enough, apparent, rank, mystical, wicked, philosophical, extravagant, preposterous, unintelligible, stark, logical, incoherent, unmitigated, delightful, rhetorical, crazy, manifest, wildest, bureaucratic, incredible, outrageous, learned, mischievous, amusing, clotted, sublime, pompous, unadulterated, pious, verbal

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See nonsense used in context: 100+ rhymes, several books and articles.

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