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(blăth′ər) also bleth·er (blĕth′-)
intr.v. blath·ered, blath·er·ing, blath·ers also bleth·ered or bleth·er·ing or bleth·ers
To talk nonsensically.
Nonsensical talk.

[Old Norse bladhra; see bhlē- in Indo-European roots.]

blath′er·er n.


dialect someone who blathers
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He was a preacher and a blatherer, and he hated himself for it.
All will have invaluable insights - the trouble is that the man trying to bring them out is Wilson, a blatherer who usually manages to answer his own questions before anyone else.
On the other hand, don't be a blatherer - someone who takes three screens to say something when three words would do.