blatherstorm

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

blather +‎ storm

Noun[edit]

blatherstorm (plural blatherstorms)

  1. (neologism) A spate of commentary in various media about a current polemic topic in the news.
    • 2009, 6 March, The Guardian in TheSportBlog [1] posted by Harry Pearson. "Good job Nadal doesn't play for Spurs".
      Referees know the rules, but they don't know the game, is one of those phrases that keeps emerging from the blatherstorm that currently surrounds sport.