Word of the Day: jabberwocky

jab·ber·wocky noun \ˈja-bər-ˌwä-kē\:  meaningless speech or writing.

Here’s a scene from A Christmas Story where the father speaks in jabberwocky/profanities. It makes me laugh every time.

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Definitions from http://www.merriam-webster.com



8 thoughts on “Word of the Day: jabberwocky”

  1. Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe….Just reminded me of Lewis Carroll. Cheers Melissa 😉

  2. Me too, so we read chapter 1 of Through the Looking Glass today. When I started reading the Jabberwocky poem she started giggling and then gave me a look like, “Wait a minute…” It was too cute. I hope this is the memory she has when she thinks of this word. 🙂

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