jabberwocky jabberwocky


  • (n) nonsensical language (according to Lewis Carroll)


  1. It was well on its way to join Mairzy Boats and the Hut Sut Song in the jabberwocky Valhalla of the jukebox.
  2. Laymen may well balk at the pedagogical jabberwocky.
  3. He speaks little in public, but when he does, it is no such jabberwocky as often comes from Matsuoka.


  • Jabberwocky readies for revamp

    Margaret Pottenger knew what she liked in the old building in downtown Tustin: those two giant bay windows in the front. "That was one of things that sold me on it," she said.She used them to show off dresses at The Jabberwocky, the young women's...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Tustin News

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  • ...Appeals in Interactive Digital Software Association vs. St. Louis County (2003): "If the First Amendment is versatile enough to shield (the) painting of Jackson Pollock, music of Arnold Schoenberg, or Jabberwocky verse of Lewis Carroll,' -...
    on Mar 18, 2006 By: Morris Sheppard Source: St. Petersburg Times

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