Blather – meaning of the word and examples

To talk foolishly at length —often used with on. (Merriam – Webster)

To talk for a long time in a silly or annoying way. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Talk in a long-winded way without making very much sense. (Oxford Dictionaries)

If someone is blathering on about something, they are talking for a long time about something that you consider boring or unimportant. (Collins Dictionary)


Talking a good game: how Gareth Southgate has risen above the blather.

Russia Dismisses US Election-Meddling Indictments as ‘Blather’.

Sales Motivation: Ignoring the Negative Blather.


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