Pabulum in a sentence as a noun

I have no idea why such a rather skewed bit of jingoistic pabulum made it up the HN pages.

Some might argue polluting blog comments with marketing pabulum is uncivil.

They mean that the public is to be given up, not as a heathen land for conversion, but simply as a pabulum for experiment.

These cards offer a series of declarative statements—pabulum, some might say—about our “care” priorities.

It's utter pabulum, the kind of sexual politics you'd expect from any second-tier college Gender Studies department.

Nobody posts anything except the most anodyne corporate-friendly pabulum to LinkedIn.

Pabulum definitions


any substance that can be used as food

See also: comestible edible eatable victual victuals


insipid intellectual nourishment