blither

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Related to blithe

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Adjective[edit]

blither

  1. comparative form of blithe: more blithe

Etymology 2[edit]

A variant of blether, from blather.

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Verb[edit]

blither ‎(third-person singular simple present blithers, present participle blithering, simple past and past participle blithered)

  1. to talk foolishly; to blather
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Adjective[edit]

blither

  1. comparative degree of blithe