blither

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verb blith·er \ˈbli-thər\

Definition of blither

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  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

blither

noun

First Known Use of blither

1867



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