verb (used with or without object)
Origin of blather
Related formsblath·er·er, noun
Examples from the Web for blather
And the blather will only get louder now that Rick Santorum has dropped out.
Or maybe, after 176 of these blather fests, even the candidates are tired of hearing themselves talk.Republican Debate: Newt’s Curiously Bloodless Performance||January 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Given all of the blather, it cannot be easy to get firm footing while attempting to scale our racial fence of barbed wire.
Nevertheless, what we have gotten and are getting still is blather.
Is this a conundrum or blather, invented to hide your ignominy in a cloud of words?The Invader|Margaret L. Woods
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, 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
Hip and Blather skitzen for the good and honorable Mayor, who always loves the people!'Fiddles|F. Hopkinson Smith
Do you know no better than blather at the top of your voice like that?Kilgorman|Talbot Baines Reed