An incoherent rambling statement, usually filled with unnecessarily-long words and spoken/written by Morgane Oger that says virtually nothing in the most amount of characters.
I was going to reply to his tweet but it was word salad and I couldn't find a rational point to start from.
by CuriouserandCuriouserTheSecond September 22, 2021
An incoherent jumble of words, normally refers to speech observed in schizophrenia.
"And my time is a piece of wax fallin’ on a termite that’s chokin’ on the splinters"
by typo December 28, 2005
.evidence with no true factual artifacts contained within....papers submitted as evidence written simply for supplying no information ..and based on claims rather than proof
the nunes memo was word salad for his base
by guy1000001 July 22, 2018
A reply from American centrists and centre leftists (i.e. liberals) when a comment is more than one sentence, especially when the subject matter doesn't turn on their Trump hazing instincts. The very cue of "word salad" is an immediate indication that they are intimidated by reading anything past a headline, hence why they ask leftists and conservatives to "do their research."

This word would not have been invented at all if they read Joe Biden's campaign platform that explicitly rejects Medicare for All; or how Kamala Harris incarcerated more black people than Trump did; or that the "Afghan Papers" that compiled 20 years of data that reveals all administrations lied and more lives and money are laid to waste.

With great power comes great responsibility, and staying informed on the issues is a responsibility of the democratic citizen, ergo they are empowered by it. The very act of demanding someone to read things for them is self-exempting and disempowering. Furthermore, when they select bureaucratic technicalities over populist issues, it allows atrocity and injustice to persevere. The second danger of labelling things "word salads" is that it ridicules and insult to the introduction of new or re-emerging words to adapt to changing realities; it's anti-intellectual to the core!
Leftist: All administrations know Afghanistan will be the graveyard of the U.S. empire. As too in Korea where the U.S.' traumatizing scars from the Korean War are starting to heal to make the reunification of the peninsula possible

Liberal: What is this "word salad?"
by Ecadel February 21, 2021
What someone claims you did when they wanted a simple answer to a complex question.
Youtuber during a "rebuttal": "And they didn't actually give a response, all they did was give word salad.
by Timelord999 December 25, 2020
An almost incoherent sentence produced by typing too fast and not proof-reading. Usually the result of IT professionals who are busier fixing a problem than worrying about email. (Often believed to be caused by a stroke or alcohol)
Zur: Can I get a T90AIMS and T90ESP database created.
DBA: We already created T90AIMS.
Zur: * So we still are still sort a T90ESP db
DBA: Dude, are you OK?
Hays: He's just drunk
Zur: Word salad. Typing too fast for brain.
Rat: I thought you were having a stroke.
by tinky2jed December 9, 2008
A sentence or collection of words that make no sense whatsoever but seem like they might or should.
"That's why I say I, like every American I'm speaking with, we're ill about this position that we have been put in. Where it is the taxpayers looking to bail out. But ultimately, what the bailout does is help those who are concerned about the health care reform that is needed to help shore up our economy."

This is and example of "Alaskan Word Salad"
by Kurosan December 15, 2009