from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Worthless nonsense; drivel.
- n. A general feeling of discomfort, dissatisfaction, or depression: "Monday morning Oscar woke up with the blahs” ( New Yorker).
- adj. Dull and uninteresting.
- adj. Low in spirit or health; down: sat around all day feeling blah.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Nonsense; drivel; idle, meaningless talk.
- n. (in plural, the blahs) A general or ambiguous feeling of discomfort, dissatisfaction, uneasiness, boredom, mild depression, etc.
- adj. Dull; uninteresting; insipid.
- adj. Low in spirit or health; down.
- interj. An expression of mild frustration.
- interj. Imitative of idle, meaningless talk; used sometimes in a slightly derogatory manner to mock or downplay another's words, or to show disinterest in a diatribe, rant, instructions, unsolicited advice, parenting, etc. Also used when recalling and retelling another's words, as a substitute for the portions of the speech deemed irrelevant.
- interj. Representing the sound of vomiting. See bleah, bleh.
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- n. pompous or pretentious talk or writing
Imitative of meaningless talk.(American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)