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Definition of "nonsensicality" [nonsensicality]

  • The state or condition of being nonsensical. (noun)
  • A nonsensical belief, remark, etc. (noun)

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Use "nonsensicality" in a sentence
  • "Also, and more fundamentally, the swing toward a new paradigm, once the old one has reached a stage of palpable implementation, is a logical consequence of the practical "nonsensicality" of the old dogma."
  • "For the love of all that's holy I can't tell if we're supposed to empathize with the ineptitude, greed, and nonsensicality of these unbelievably stupid beings, or if their lack of cognizance is merely there to justify the film's bland and unimaginative carnage for serious, the amount of death and mutilation that could have been easily avoided here is enough to negate the very existence of the film in the first place."
  • "Also, and more fundamentally, the swing toward a new paradigm, once the old one has reached a stage of palpable implementation, is a logical consequence of the practical “nonsensicality” of the old dogma."