Origin of blather
OTHER WORDS FROM blatherblath·er·er, noun
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How to use blather in a sentence
Grand language wrapped around a thin message produces only vapid blather.
But the board did nothing except blather in empty ring-around-the-rosy rhetoric.
And the blather will only get louder now that Rick Santorum has dropped out.
The typical East Coast reaction is eye rolling and an impatient dismissal of such visions as self-serving blather.What Market Panic? Halcyon Days for Silicon Valley|Zachary Karabell|March 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sometimes, in the midst of all the campaign blather and spin, saying nothing at all is the most effective way to communicate.
Blather, bladdher; a person who utters vulgarly foolish boastful talk: used also as a verb—to blather.English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
You don't say so; now by gracious how they du blather out their words, dont they?
Rattleton spent much time on Blather's education—so did Rattleton's friends.
Let them blather on; they won't hurt you, as long as you know them for what they are.The Whirligig of Time|Wayland Wells Williams
Blather's most prominent virtue of all was devotion to his master, and his affection was fully returned.