thoughtlessly or superficially, with pat answers or insincere talk:His willingness and ability to glibly hold forth on various notions at a moment's notice earned him a reputation as shallow and untrustworthy.
- un·glib·ly, adverb
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How to use glibly in a sentence
So he refuses to speak glibly about using force against Iran the same way he refused to endorse war with Iraq.
They point to the dangers of obvious demographic changes under occupation; some even speak glibly of an emerging theocracy.
One cannot speak glibly of “policy differences” and “looking forward” and “distraction” when corpses are involved.
But such a thing had, nevertheless, come quite glibly out of her mouth, and she knew not why.Hilda Lessways | Arnold Bennett
Barrington thanked him, he could do no less, yet he felt little trust in a man who could confess so glibly to treachery.The Light That Lures | Percy Brebner
The design he talks so glibly about is in him, not outside of him.Theism or Atheism | Chapman Cohen
I can see that it really is a very fair article, but do not detect the extraordinary excellencies so glibly described.The Hills and the Vale | Richard Jefferies
"Oh—er—for a little while," said Mr. Milburgh glibly, trying to remember what he had heard about Sam Stay.The Daffodil Mystery | Edgar Wallace