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falderal

and folderol (ˈfɑldɚɑl)
n. wasted effort; nonsense. I had about enough of your falderal.
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As F& M had started late, we missed the encore and had to run across town to catch Gavin Webster's Falderal at The Stand 2.
In case you're wondering, Falderal means nonsense or whimsy - a deliberately wide-open non-theme that allowed Webster to shoot off at random tangents in a seemingly free-form style.
He wavered between the liberal parliamentary tradition embodied by his mother and the military falderal of his father's Prussian blood.
273) Judge Easterbrook has stated, "To lend authoritative effect to unenacted legislative history is to treat the carefully crafted legislative process as `mere falderal.
Though electricity and all its associated falderals had no place in the lives of the pioneers, times have changed and will continue to do so at warp speed.