verb (used with object)
Origin of blurb
Related formsblurb·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for blurb
Even the patron saint of teenage girls, Judy Blume, is featured on the back cover with a blurb for the book.
I first read the book in galleys some months ago; the finished edition carries a blurb from me on the back cover.
Shteyngart sat down with The Daily Beast to discuss the book, the art of the blurb, and, yes, teaching James Franco.Hipster Novelist Gary Shteyngart on Mentoring James Franco|Gregory Gilderman, The Daily Beast Video|July 23, 2010|DAILY BEAST
That first connection over a love of words convinced Goldstein to have her editor ask Pinker to blurb her next book.
Her first book, Poems, was published in 1944, with a blurb from Eliot, her editor at Faber.
It—it's just the sort of thing we call a 'blurb,' Miss West!Kenny|Leona Dalrymple
Herman had the wild thought that they were blurb writers whose jobs had gone to their heads.Freudian Slip|Franklin Abel
Matson read that blurb in an official press release and laughed cynically.Assassin|Jesse Franklin Bone
Front matter consisting of a blurb and a list of other publications by the author has been moved to the end of the text.Storm Over Warlock|Andre Norton