Definition of blither
: to talk foolishly or nonsensically : blather You can therefore … start to blither if you like without any fear of making a fool of yourself. — Douglas Adams
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As André Van Peteghem, Dumont cast Fabrice Luchini, whose dialectical extravagance and theatrical exuberance lend his character, a blithering sybaritic fop, the pathos of a physical infirmity matched by the physical comedy of the accident-prone.
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