verb (used with or without object), blar·neyed, blar·ney·ing.
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In any event she meant to conquer Powers, and was not without reason, or precedent, in trying to see if blarney would aid threats.The Great Miss Driver|Anthony Hope
And nobody, I suppose, would now defend the wondrous stanza which was paralleled from the Groves of Blarney.Essays in English Literature, 1780-1860|George Saintsbury
Shure, 'tis all the blarney the bhoys does be givin' me is dhrivin' me away from me home.
He wanted to see the Blarney stun on top of the tower of the castle.Samantha at the World's Fair|Marietta Holley
Within the mouth, that was always distended with an ingratiating smile, dwelt in amity those heavenly twins, guile and blarney.The Lash|Olin L. Lyman
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Culture definitions for blarney
Smooth, flattering talk, often nonsensical or deceptive. Based on an Irish legend that those who kiss the Blarney Stone will become skilled in flattery.