Meaning of windbaggery in English:

windbaggery

noun

informal, derogatory

See windbag

‘Most people appear to regard all this future stuff as nothing more than pointless navel gazing, needless windbaggery, useless pontificating, worthless sounding off and aimless chatter.’
  • ‘The opposition to the Governments proposed reforms to higher education is characterised by windbaggery on the part of Labour ‘rebels’ and Liberal Democrats.’
  • ‘Yes, it seems to me we're headed for another bad election, from the point of view of the ‘decent’ people who want results, not more windbaggery.’
  • ‘Apparently it is a heady mix of desperation with underlying scents of money and old rope topped off with the faint whiff of sanctimonious windbaggery.’
  • ‘Fortunately, this windbaggery can often be ignored, as fewer and fewer Americans really take the elite media's opinions seriously.’