- informal conversation in a public place, often deceitful.
Origin of blagging
1840–45; perhaps from French blaguer “to tell lies” + -ing1
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Blagging has long been acknowledged to be widespread in British journalism.Murdoch’s Next Scandal Could Be Computer Hacking
February 21, 2012