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Blather   /blˈæðər/   Listen
Blather

verb
(past & past part. blathered; pres. part. blathering)  (Written also blether)
1.
To talk foolishly.  Synonyms: babble, blether, blither, smatter.






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"Blather" Quotes from Famous Books



... nothing gained by being witty: Fame Gathers but winde to blather up a name. Orpheus must leave his lyre, or if it be In heav'n, 'tis there a signe, no harmony, And stones, that follow'd him, may now become Now stones againe, and serve him for his Tomb. The Theban Linus, that was ably skil'd In Muse and Musicke, was by Phoebus kill'd, Though ...
— The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher in Ten Volumes - Volume I. • Beaumont and Fletcher



Words linked to "Blather" :   babble, blab, gibber, tittle-tattle, piffle, prate, gibberish, clack, blatherskite, tattle, prattle, blabber, chatter, twaddle, gabble, palaver, maunder, blither, smatter



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