adjective, glib·ber, glib·best.
Origin of glib
Synonyms for glib
Related Words for gliblyably, handily, neatly, smoothly, nimbly, skillfully, deftly, expertly, ingeniously, adroitly, aptly, quickly, readily, agilely, cunningly, dexterously, facilely, glibly, proficiently
Examples from the Web for glibly
Historical Examples of glibly
"Why, he copped the copper's kale," Aggie translated, glibly.Within the Law
“God,” answered Carl glibly, as if that must be the only orthodox answer.Almost A Man
Glibly she had lied to them and her conscience was not troubled.The Gaunt Gray Wolf
In verity he knew it as glibly as the alphabet, for he was infinitely painstaking.Dreamers of the Ghetto
The girl took the hint and went on glibly "i-e-d," and "went up head."The Story of Young Abraham Lincoln
adjective glibber or glibbest
Word Origin for glib
1590s, "smooth and slippery," possibly a shortening of obsolete glibbery "slippery," which is perhaps from Low German glibberig "smooth, slippery," from Middle Low German glibberich, from or related to glibber "jelly." Of words, speakers, etc., from c.1600. Related: Glibly; glibness.