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  • Glibness is a character trait, not a consequence of my knowledge-level.

    Matthew Yglesias » Critique of Pure Yglesias

  • 'Glibness' they call it, and scent behind it the adventurer, the player of the confidence trick or the three-card trick, the robber of the widow and the orphan.

    Yet Again

  • Glibness, they warned, did not go far in her courtroom.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Glibness, they warned, did not go far in her courtroom.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Glibness and an inability to feel shame seems to be enough.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why Should Larry Craig Resign?:

  • Glibness and superior charm Need for constant stimulation/prone to boredom Lack of any remorse or guilt-

    The Big Bad Wolf

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  • Glibness aside, individual American investors are right to be worried about the future of the dollar.

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  • Glibness / superficial charm e.g., unconcerned attitude, overly polite, inappropriate levity

    Signs of the Times

  • Glibness aside, individual American investors are right to be worried about the future of the dollar.

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