Definition of blather in English:

blather

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Pronunciation: /ˈblaðə
 
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(also blither or chiefly Scottish blether)

verb

[no object]

noun

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Derivatives

blatherer

noun
More example sentences
  • Anybody who can abide the blatherers on channel 9 deserves a nomination for Australian of the Year.
  • He saw academics generally as "liberal blatherers."
  • I will have to continue to ride sedately until I am clear of the drunks, bus-rushers and blind Blackberry blatherers.

Origin

late Middle English (as a verb; originally Scots and northern English dialect): from Old Norse blathra 'talk nonsense', from blathr 'nonsense'.

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