Word of the Week for the week of June 12, 2016
[AHR-guh l-BAHR-guh l]
Meaning & Usage
noun a loud protest or animated conversation; a lot of meaningless talk or writing.
When people are nervous, they may respond to the simplest of questions with a ramble of argle-bargle.
From argle, an alteration of argue. Earliest documented use: 1872.
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