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  • n. Plural form of blah.
  • n. A feeling of boredom and no motivation; depression.

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  • n. a general feeling of boredom and dissatisfaction


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  • "It's a historical truth—you get the third-term blahs," he said.

    Third Term's Not the Charm for Mayor

  • Sometimes, however, the best cure for the blahs is to be inspired by ideal, to see that every amount of effort you apply gets us closer to something ever more spectacular and fitting.

    Officium Majoris Hebdomadæ Et Octavæ Paschæ

  • Really, exercise of almost any sort, especially some type of housekeeping, is one of my favorite ways to get rid of the "blahs", & I like that I have something extra to show for my efforts.

    Mood Lifters

  • What do you do to recover from an attack of the "blahs"?

    Anne Naylor: 8 Steps To Bounce Back To Your Best

  • I had some vague ideas of why I included so many "blahs" in that story when I was writing it, but I think the thing that made it most attractive to me was the feeling that the reader would have no choice but to try and fill in each specific blank and at the same time think about what it meant that there were many "blahs" in the first place.

    The Tasks of Todd Hasak-Lowy: An Interview with the Author of The Task of This Translator

  • As the week trudged on, I began to realize I was in the midst of the winter "blahs," an affliction that seems to grab hold of virtually every adult living in the Rustbelt during the winter, particularly February.

    Tonawanda News Homepage

  • Those "blahs" should continue when Ramirez does the inevitable: He'll extend his lie by claiming he only used performance-enhancing drugs that one time, or maybe just a couple of other times.


  • Thanks so much for doing your part to banish the winter "blahs"!

    {capture the moment}

  • March 20 is the first day of spring-and what better to shake off the winter "blahs" than on the dance floor?

    Fort Frances Times Online -

  • Any of these symptoms experienced on a consistent basis, and not just from "blahs" as the result of weekend boredom, mean it's time to "get serious" and "consult" a psychiatrist for help, Jethanandani says. -


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  • WeirdNet has 4 definitions? Wow.

    July 27, 2008