WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2014
rig•a•ma•role /ˈrɪgəməˌroʊl/USA pronunciation  n. 

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rigamarole /ˈrɪɡəməˌrəʊl/ n
  1. a variant of rigmarole

rigmarole /ˈrɪɡməˌrəʊl/, rigamarole n
  1. any long complicated procedure
  2. a set of incoherent or pointless statements; garbled nonsense
Etymology: 18th Century: from earlier ragman roll a list, probably a roll used in a medieval game, wherein various characters were described in verse, beginning with Ragemon le bon Ragman the good

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