- nonsense; rubbish: What they say is blah.
- the blahs, a feeling of physical uneasiness, general discomfort, or mild depression; malaise: After the long weekend many workers had the Monday-morning blahs.
- insipid; dull; uninteresting.
Origin of blah
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Examples from the Web for blah
They tried to justify with her taking all these other pills and blah blah.How Megan Hilty Survived TV Flops ‘Smash’ and ‘Sean Saves the World’ With Grace
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This morning, however, the Bureau of Labor Statistics served up a meh burger, slathered with blah sauce.Today’s Unemployment Report Is an S.O.S. to the Fed
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They had been through it all before in Madrid, Oslo, Camp David, Taba, Annapolis, and blah, blah, blah.John Kerry's Doomed Quest for Redemption
July 22, 2013
“If I was in the United States, I would be Republican without all the Christian blah blah around it,” he said.Yeah, We Broke the Internet: The Inside Story of the Biggest Attack Ever
March 28, 2013
But then again, depending on a range of factors, blah blah blah, it might have been a breach after all.UK Press Watchdog Ruling! Publishing Naked Harry Pics Might Have Been OK, But Might Not...
November 16, 2012
- worthless or silly talk; claptrap
- uninteresting; insipid
- (intr) to talk nonsense or boringly
Word Origin and History for blah
"idle, meaningless talk," 1918, probably echoic; the adjective meaning "bland, dull" is from 1919, perhaps influenced by French blasé "bored, indifferent." The blahs "depression" is attested by 1966.