from The Century Dictionary.

  • Smooth.

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  • adjective comparative form of glib: more glib


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  • The lie came without hesitation, as if from another set of nerves and another, glibber mouth.

    Gorky Park

  • I suppose that persistency, a glibber tongue than he himself possessed, a mass of printed rubbish which always looks imposing to the unliterary, that primitive combination of authoritativeness and hospitality which makes some men as ready to say Yes to a stranger as they are to say No at home, and perhaps some lack of moral courage, may account for it.

    We and the World, Part I A Book for Boys

  • But as the blockbuster decade progressed, heroes got slicker, glibber, and more cynical.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • a disadvantage on the campaign trail to his glibber, more charismatic rival, Lansing Mayor - RSS


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