(also blether /ˈbleT͟Hər/ or blither /ˈbliT͟Hər/)
Talk long-windedly without making very much sense: she began blathering on about spirituality and life after death (as noun blathering) now stop your blathering and get back to work
More example sentences
- According to the comment a couple of posts below, I have to stop blathering about trains now.
- When will he stop blathering about the morality of others and look to his own sorry affairs?
- That isn't going to stop the blogger from blathering on about it.
Long-winded talk with no real substance.
- That dried-up worthless twit once again obscures the real point with blather.
- Real thinking should prevail, not liberal blather.
- The blather from both sides obscures the real, but largely hidden, agenda behind the tax cuts.
Words that rhyme with blatherforegather, gather, slather
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