or skimble-skamble
[skim-buh l-skam-buh l; skim-uh l-skam-uh l] /ˈskɪm bəlˌskæm bəl; ˈskɪm əlˌskæm əl/
rambling; confused; nonsensical:
a skimble-scamble explanation.
rambling; confused
meaningless discourse


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