1. idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
  1. to talk foolishly
    The two women babbled and crooned at the baby
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use blether In A Sentence

  • Sleek and smart, those wee black eyes dart from side to side and while others blether and blunder he just keeps to his game and he's always witty. Alex Salmond: Scotland's new superhero | Observer profile
  • ` ` I watna, 'replied Mr. Jarvie; --- ` ` it was a bletherin phrasin' chield they ca 'Fairservice, that cam at e'en to get an order to send the crier through the toun for ye at skreigh o' day the morn. Rob Roy
  • She blethered on while Bill sipped his fortified tea and Joanne warmed herself by the fire. A Small Death in the Great Glen
  • Thursday, October 30/4. 30pm to 5.30 pm: me, on my own, blethering to a room of people or chairs or any combination thereof. Archive 2008-10-01
  • I can't promise that I'm particularly intelligent in it, or even particularly intelligible, but if ye want to hear me blethering on about stuff and nonsense, well ... enjoy. posted by Hal Duncan | 2: 53 PM Starship Sofa Interview
  • I really enjoy having a good old blether with my pals and socialise with them when I get the chance.
  • Bletherley had called the monopolist institution of marriage. Love and Mr. Lewisham
  • WHAT was John Denham blethering on about last night? Got Carried Away
  • Gie the wean a sweetie an' a glass o ' ginger, fur Goad's sake an' gie over wi ' the sufferin ' saviour blether! THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES
  • The Blethering Classes pretended their daily help or the woman in the corner shop was worried.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy