from The Century Dictionary.
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comparativeform of glib: more glib
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The lie came without hesitation, as if from another set of nerves and another, glibber mouth.
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.
But as the blockbuster decade progressed, heroes got slicker, glibber, and more cynical.
a disadvantage on the campaign trail to his glibber, more charismatic rival, Lansing Mayor