bletherer

bletherer

(ˈblɛðərə)
n
Scot someone who blathers
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My mum can do it and my granny Margaret is a top bletherer - it's a gift, I suppose.
Anytime doll, and I know the old bletherer Blatter has ordered that this football festival will be "a time to make friends," but would it be all right if I wait until next month when the footy has finished?
First, our own blundering bletherers, the SFA, found Lorenzo Amoruso guilty of spitting on James Grady.