n. & v. describing the act and result of a writer or speaker who makes a disorganized incoherent presentation of ideas and thoughts in no particular order and with no specific purpose on the mind of the writer or speaker. It is common in response to questions when there is no easy answer or when the writer/speaker has no idea what might constitute an answer. It can also be the sign of a lazy thinker or ignorant person afraid of simply saying ''I don't Know.''
mind-dumper describes the person who mind-dumps
mind-dumping describes the activity of one who mind-dumps
I read your freshman essay and the mind-dump I read was not helpful in answering the question asked. I wish the highschools did a better job of teaching their students how to think and express complete ideas in well-formed, well-organized, coherent, clear ways.