folderol definition

  • noun:
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative item of little price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • absurd talk or writing
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative object of small worth; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • A decorative item of small price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • A decorative item of small worth; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • absurd talk or writing
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • A decorative object of little value; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative object of little worth; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • absurd talk or writing
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative item of little price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; silly talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • absurd talk or writing
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative object of small price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative object of little price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • Foolishness; nonsense.
    • A trifle; a gewgaw.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative item of small price; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • Nonsense or foolishness.
    • A decorative item of small value; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • A decorative object of little worth; a trifle or gewgaw.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Nonsense; foolish talk.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • Mere nonsense; an idle fancy or conceit; a silly trifle.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • plural Trivial ornaments; fallals.
    • absurd talk or writing
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • nonsensical talk or writing
    • nonsensical talk or writing

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "folderol"
    • Nobel lecture that follows, and since…
    • View More
  • Same Context for "folderol"
1169 votes

How would you define folderol?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!