babelesque

babelesque

(ˌbeɪbəlˈɛsk) or

babelish

adj
not standard resembling the situation at Babel, confused, impeding communication
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Shifting into explicit condition-of-England mode while describing Leonard Bast's walk home from Wickham Place after the umbrella mix-up at the Beethoven concert, the narrator describes his neighborhood as a space of endless, sprawling, Babelesque creative destruction:
Neither the guide's Babelesque commentary nor his desperate charade gets the message across; Lear has to see for himself.
BABELESQUE by Bellydance Superstars arrives at St David's Hall in Cardiff next Wednesday as part of a UK tour.
Babelesque is a brand new show featuring some of America's best-known belly dancers, who have performed more than 500 shows in 20 countries over four years.
The Babelesque desire to have only one story, one truth and one religion, and even to challenge the otherness of God, has manifested itself time and again in the course of our history.
I'd been eaves-dropping all that day on a Babelesque free-for-all.
The Babelesque result was eventually published, without reference to the original.