from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Variant of blather.
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- n. Alternative spelling of blather.
- v. Alternative spelling of blather.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as blather.
- n. Same as blather.
- n. A Scotch form of bladder.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. to talk foolishly
- n. idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
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Thanks, asianHusseingrrl "that one" MN, I know that & saw it - I just want a HUGE pic of it at the actual event … - otherwise I'll get a bunch of 'blether' from the pwwnbn … … ….
Sleek and smart, those wee black eyes dart from side to side and while others blether and blunder he just keeps to his game and he's always witty.
The four of you lads can stay and blether on for as long as you like.
I canna but believe Richard was of a mind to frighten you and nothing more with all his blether about marriage.
He babbled, carrying on like some serving wench with good gossip, unable to stop his own blether, until she ducked her shoulder away from his touch.
Anyways, we made our way back to the festival by way of a bar, for a wee beer and a blether, and then a supermarket, so's I could pick up some beer for the room party I was reckoning as a necessity that night, given that the hotel bar in Novotel closed at half twelve the previous night.
There was beer and blether and more blether and more beer.
I'd tweeted of my trip and, knowing them from WFCs in the past, ended up arranging for beer and a blether on Friday, and to see the show together on Thursday.
I'll have a blether with my father about tomorrow's plans and then I go to sleep, weary in my bones, rather than overwrought with mental fatigue, wondering if the weather will play out as predicted.
It seems to crop up a lot in political blether of Mr Davies 'kind.