blather


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My hope is most people disregard this kind of blather as completely irrelevant to their lives.
others blather on with adjectives and nouns, so much unnecessary hype;
Scholars mostly from Bowling Green State University present the type of multi-cultural perspective on current events and conditions that make rabid right-wingers blather about communist barbarians.
The catalog of media writing flaws is fat to say the least, but there's one category we say too little about, and that's blather.
So, I could blather on for ages about the climate, terrain, people and recent geopolitical history of, say, Afghanistan, but I reckon I would struggle to point to the country on a map.
But now we have to question some of the blather that comes from this cornucopia of promises.
We care not how it happens, nor do we wish to hear a lot of blather about human rights.
IVOR Wynne Jones' anti-Plaid jihad in his column was the most ridiculous and spiteful blather I've read in a newspaper for a long time.
The rest of the texts are in similar vein and you wonder that publishers haven't cottoned on to the fact that serious, relevant and scholarly text doesn't necessarily cost any more than blather.
Dyson's impassioned screed blisters Cosby for not marking more of white oppression, systemic racism and the usual blather about what the white man has done to poor black people.
There is a lot of chatter & blather from the loopy left about getting a more secularized pope, a Pope Lite.
Obesity is epidemic among Americans, even our children, so the emphasis in Hand To Mouth on lifestyle and lifestyle changes is an intelligent, workable, and hard work alternative to the seemingly perennial blather of diet fads.