"The substance of his wandering twaddle - if by chance it had substance - was that there is nothing in dreams."
Jan. 13, 1906.
From the Autobiography of Mark Twain Vol. 1.
I saw this and was surprised that someone state-side used the word 'twaddle', especially someone as famous as Twain. The fact that it is in the same sentence as the word 'dreams' is a double bonus.