blether


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bleth·er

 (blĕth′ər)
v. & n.
Variant of blather.

blether

(ˈblɛðə)
vb, n
Scot a variant spelling of blather
[C16: from Old Norse blathra, from blathr nonsense]

blath•er

(ˈblæð ər)
n.
1. foolish, voluble talk.
v.i.
2. to talk foolishly; blither; babble.
[1815–25; alter. of blether, appar. < Old Norse blathra to chatter, blabber]
blath′er•er, n.

blether


Past participle: blethered
Gerund: blethering

Imperative
blether
blether
Present
I blether
you blether
he/she/it blethers
we blether
you blether
they blether
Preterite
I blethered
you blethered
he/she/it blethered
we blethered
you blethered
they blethered
Present Continuous
I am blethering
you are blethering
he/she/it is blethering
we are blethering
you are blethering
they are blethering
Present Perfect
I have blethered
you have blethered
he/she/it has blethered
we have blethered
you have blethered
they have blethered
Past Continuous
I was blethering
you were blethering
he/she/it was blethering
we were blethering
you were blethering
they were blethering
Past Perfect
I had blethered
you had blethered
he/she/it had blethered
we had blethered
you had blethered
they had blethered
Future
I will blether
you will blether
he/she/it will blether
we will blether
you will blether
they will blether
Future Perfect
I will have blethered
you will have blethered
he/she/it will have blethered
we will have blethered
you will have blethered
they will have blethered
Future Continuous
I will be blethering
you will be blethering
he/she/it will be blethering
we will be blethering
you will be blethering
they will be blethering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blethering
you have been blethering
he/she/it has been blethering
we have been blethering
you have been blethering
they have been blethering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blethering
you will have been blethering
he/she/it will have been blethering
we will have been blethering
you will have been blethering
they will have been blethering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blethering
you had been blethering
he/she/it had been blethering
we had been blethering
you had been blethering
they had been blethering
Conditional
I would blether
you would blether
he/she/it would blether
we would blether
you would blether
they would blether
Past Conditional
I would have blethered
you would have blethered
he/she/it would have blethered
we would have blethered
you would have blethered
they would have blethered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blether - idle or foolish and irrelevant talkblether - idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
chatter, yack, yak, yakety-yak, cackle - noisy talk
Verb1.blether - to talk foolishlyblether - to talk foolishly; "The two women babbled and crooned at the baby"
blabber, palaver, piffle, prate, prattle, tattle, tittle-tattle, twaddle, gabble, gibber, blab, clack, maunder, chatter - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
Translations

blether

(Scot inf)
viquatschen (inf), → schwätzen (S Ger inf)
n
to have a good blethereinen ordentlichen Schwatz halten (inf)
(= person)Quasselstrippe f (inf)
References in classic literature ?
So him and the new dummy started off; and the king he laughs, and blethers out:
First Steps nursery came along to blether with aw the weans.
There are people from Bannockburn, St Ninians and Raploch who come along to enjoy a bit of lunch, a blether and monthly events.
Participants will be encouraged to join a clubbercise class or have a browse, blether and song on the Laughter mobile library bus.
Just as 12 months ago at the same location, rather than disappearing after their post-match shower, the Aberdeen players will mix and mingle with the fans at the side of the park and have a blether.
Trees HAVE you ever noticed when trees grow close together, Their branches entwine and they blether, yes blether.
I've had a chat with the boys and we've had a good blether about what's expected of us this season and how we see the competition and the games.
The ongoing roar and sustained applause was due testimony to a sublime footballing moment yet he continued to blether.
The rain's blether grows louder, a gallop of hard consonants Levin feels he could understand, were it slower--
For 25 years, I trudged to Blackpool or Brighton for a week of politics, plots, booze and blether.
During the many years he performed the miracle of keeping the Jags in the top flight, the Lisbon Lion used to delight in gathering reporters in his office for a post-match drink and a blether.
BOSTON & DUNFERMLINE, Scotland -- Blether Labs, a US-based social media platform provider, today announced the beta of its real time private group chat application,