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  • n. Plural form of blether.


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  • If Mrs Palin stands up and blethers a lot of drivel about 'change' and 'hope' and 'healing', but offers no evidence that she can deliver on such promises and gives no tangible reason to vote McCain-Palin, then you'll have a point.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • So much pontificating, particularly from Tories but also the damned incontinent blethers of the mass media, from so very little evidence.

    Green, Leaky Tories: They Just Don't Get It Anymore

  • Meanwhile the Tories are dipping into a very shallow and small gene pool of toffs, biffers, blethers and Bullingdon bullshitters.

    Archive 2007-05-20

  • Having announced that there is "no monolithic presence which reigns in the regimes of Tamil devotion", heesh blethers to the conclusion that "Tamiḻppaṟṟu is thus not a static monolith". PASSIONS OF THE TONGUE.

  • “Barilla,” said the assistant, biting the end of his pen, and added pensively, “and blethers.”

    Love and Mr Lewisham

  • Blethen blethers on about the need for diversity of opinions in the media.


  • In fact, it appeared that most of the room was looking this way, first-hand celeb gossip naturally winning out over 'so what does your company do' blethers now that the paintballing post-mortem was complete.

    Be My Enemy

  • So him and the new dummy started off; and the king he laughs, and blethers out:

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • They all had them, but, for security reasons, Simon had rigidly restricted their use to these firewalled blethers and looking up pornow hack. com.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • I was told by Johnny McAndless, he was terribly full last night at McArn's publichouse and talking -- ach -- the greatest blethers about this new invention of his.

    The Drone A Play in Three Acts


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  • "Lord! Why has everybody but me got a straight nose!" she exclaimed to herself. "But it's all blethers to think that an indented chin means character. How can a dunt in your bone have anything to do with your mind?"

    - Rebecca West, The Judge, iii

    July 11, 2009