rigmarole

  1. a set of confused and meaningless statements
  2. a long and complicated and confusing procedure

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rigmarole

[n] - a set of confused and meaningless statements 2. [n] - a long and complicated and confusing procedure
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Rigmarole

Rig'ma·role noun [ For ragman roll . See Ragman's roll .] A succession of confused or nonsensical statements; foolish talk; nonsense. [ Colloq.] « Often one's dear friend talks something which one scruples to call rigmarole De Quincey.
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rigmarole

rigamarole noun a long and complicated and confusing procedure; `all that academic rigmarole was a waste of time`
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Rigmarole

• (n.) A succession of confused or nonsensical statements; foolish talk; nonsense. • (a.) Consisting of rigmarole; frovolous; nonsensical; foolish.
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rigmarole

a set of confused and meaningless statements
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