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glibly

[ glib-lee ]
/ ˈglɪb li /
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adverb
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.
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Origin of glibly

OTHER WORDS FROM glibly

un·glib·ly, adverb
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