glib definition

  • adjective:
    • Performed with an all natural, offhand convenience: glib conversation.
    • Showing little idea, preparation, or concern: a glib response to a complex question.
    • Marked by ease and fluency of address or writing very often proposes or is due to insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Having a ready flow of words but lacking thought or comprehension; trivial; shallow.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • Performed with an all natural, offhand convenience: glib discussion.
    • Showing little thought, planning, or concern: a glib reaction to a complex question.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • talking or talked smoothly with flippant rapidity; fluent; voluble
    • having only trivial plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • marked by insufficient intellectual level
    • Marked by simplicity and fluency of message or writing that often shows or stems from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Having a ready movement of terms but lacking thought or understanding; shallow; shallow.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in the wild.
    • soft; slippery.
    • talking or spoken effortlessly with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • having just trivial plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in message
    • marked by lack of intellectual level
    • Performed with a normal, offhand convenience: glib conversation.
    • Showing small thought, preparation, or concern: a glib response to a complex question.
    • Marked by simplicity and fluency of address or writing very often implies or is due to insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Having a ready circulation of terms but lacking thought or comprehension; trivial; shallow.
    • Performed with an all-natural, offhand convenience: glib conversation.
    • Showing little idea, preparation, or concern: a glib response to a complex question.
    • Performed with an all-natural, offhand ease: glib conversation.
    • Marked by ease and fluency of address or writing that often suggests or comes from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Showing small idea, preparation, or issue: a glib a reaction to a complex question.
    • Having a ready flow of terms but lacking idea or comprehension; trivial; shallow.
    • Marked by ease and fluency of address or writing that often reveals or stems from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Having a ready circulation of words but lacking thought or comprehension; trivial; shallow.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in the wild.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • Speaking or talked smoothly with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • Speaking or spoken efficiently and with flippant rapidity; fluent; voluble
    • Performed with a natural, offhand simplicity: glib conversation.
    • Showing little thought, preparation, or concern: a glib a reaction to a complex question.
    • Performed with a natural, offhand simplicity: glib discussion.
    • Marked by convenience and fluency of address or writing that often shows or stems from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Performed with an all-natural, offhand ease: glib conversation.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • Showing little idea, preparation, or issue: a glib response to a complex concern.
    • Performed with a normal, offhand ease: glib discussion.
    • Performed with an all natural, offhand ease: glib discussion.
    • Speaking or talked efficiently and with flippant rapidity; fluent; voluble
    • Showing small thought, planning, or issue: a glib a reaction to a complex concern.
    • Having a ready circulation of terms but lacking idea or understanding; superficial; shallow.
    • Showing small idea, planning, or issue: a glib a reaction to a complex question.
    • Marked by simplicity and fluency of message or writing that often suggests or stems from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Showing little idea, planning, or concern: a glib reaction to a complex concern.
    • Marked by ease and fluency of address or writing that often proposes or is due to insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • having only shallow plausibility
    • Marked by ease and fluency of message or writing very often reveals or is due to insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Performed with an all-natural, offhand ease: glib discussion.
    • Having a ready flow of terms but lacking idea or understanding; trivial; shallow.
    • Marked by ease and fluency of message or writing that often shows or stems from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Having a ready movement of words but lacking thought or understanding; shallow; shallow.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • artfully persuasive in message
    • Having a ready flow of terms but lacking thought or understanding; trivial; shallow.
    • Showing small thought, planning, or issue: a glib response to a complex concern.
    • soft or slippery.
    • Having a ready flow of words but lacking idea or comprehension; shallow; shallow.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • marked by lack of intellectual level
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Marked by convenience and fluency of address or writing that often shows or comes from insincerity, superficiality, or deceitfulness.
    • Artfully persuasive in nature.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in nature.
    • Having a ready circulation of terms but lacking idea or understanding; superficial; shallow.
    • Artfully persuasive in nature.
    • talking or spoken smoothly sufficient reason for flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • Smooth or slippery.
    • soft; slippery.
    • Smooth; slippery.
    • soft; slippery.
    • Artfully persuasive in general.
    • soft; slippery.
    • Speaking or talked effortlessly with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • Speaking or talked effortlessly in accordance with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • talking or spoken effortlessly with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • soft; slippery.
    • talking or spoken efficiently sufficient reason for flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • talking or talked smoothly along with flippant rapidity; proficient; voluble
    • having only trivial plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • marked by insufficient intellectual level
    • having only shallow plausibility
    • having just superficial plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • artfully persuasive in address
    • marked by decreased intellectual level
    • marked by lack of intellectual depth
    • having just superficial plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • marked by lack of intellectual level
    • having just shallow plausibility
    • having only superficial plausibility
    • having just shallow plausibility
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • artfully persuasive in address
    • having just superficial plausibility
    • marked by not enough intellectual depth
    • artfully persuasive in speech
    • marked by insufficient intellectual depth
    • artfully persuasive in message
    • marked by not enough intellectual depth
    • marked by decreased intellectual depth
  • verb:
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To make glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • In order to make glib.
    • To make glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To make glib.
    • To make glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • to produce glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • which will make glib.
    • In order to make glib.
    • to help make glib.
    • which will make glib.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
    • To castrate; to geld; to emasculate.
  • noun:
    • A thick lock of tresses, holding over the eyes.
    • A bushy tresses, previously common amongst the Irish. Begin to see the extracts.
    • a person using such a bush of locks.
    • A thick lock of tresses, hanging over the eyes.
    • A bushy head of hair, previously frequent among the Irish. See the extracts.
    • A man putting on such a bush of locks.
    • A thick lock of locks, dangling across eyes.
    • A thick lock of hair, hanging over the eyes.
    • A bushy locks, previously common amongst the Irish. Start to see the extracts.
    • a person wearing these types of a bush of tresses.
    • A thick lock of hair, dangling over the eyes.
    • A thick lock of locks, holding throughout the eyes.
    • A bushy locks, formerly common among the Irish. Understand extracts.
    • A thick lock of hair, hanging on the eyes.
    • A thick lock of hair, dangling throughout the eyes.
    • A man using such a bush of hair.
    • A thick lock of hair, holding throughout the eyes.
    • A thick lock of locks, hanging over the eyes.
    • A thick lock of locks, hanging over the eyes.
    • A bushy locks, previously common among the Irish. Start to see the extracts.
    • A bushy tresses, formerly frequent among the Irish. Start to see the extracts.
    • A bushy tresses, previously common among the Irish. Start to see the extracts.
    • A man wearing such a bush of tresses.
    • a guy using these types of a bush of hair.
    • A bushy locks, formerly common amongst the Irish. Start to see the extracts.
    • a person putting on these types of a bush of tresses.
    • A bushy locks, previously frequent among the Irish. See the extracts.
    • a person wearing these types of a bush of hair.
    • A bushy locks, previously frequent among the Irish. Understand extracts.
    • A man putting on these types of a bush of hair.
    • A bushy locks, previously common amongst the Irish. Look at extracts.
    • a person putting on these types of a bush of tresses.
    • A man using such a bush of hair.
  • others:
    • To run effortlessly; move easily, as tongue.
    • To make smooth; cause to perform smoothly, as tongue; make glib.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • Running smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: as, a glib tongue.
    • To castrate.
    • To run smoothly; move easily, as tongue.
    • To make smooth; cause to perform effortlessly, once the tongue; make glib.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • running well or sleekly; plausibly voluble: since, a glib tongue.
    • To castrate.
    • to perform efficiently; move freely, whilst the tongue.
    • which will make smooth; cause to run effortlessly, whilst the tongue; make glib.
    • to operate effortlessly; move freely, because the tongue.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • Running smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: as, a glib tongue.
    • To castrate.
    • To make smooth; cause to operate effortlessly, since the tongue; make glib.
    • Smooth; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • to perform smoothly; move freely, because the tongue.
    • to create smooth; cause to run smoothly, since the tongue; make glib.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • To castrate.
    • to operate smoothly; move easily, due to the fact tongue.
    • to operate effortlessly; move freely, due to the fact tongue.
    • to operate efficiently; move easily, as the tongue.
    • to help make smooth; cause to perform efficiently, once the tongue; make glib.
    • to operate efficiently; move easily, once the tongue.
    • to perform smoothly; move freely, as the tongue.
    • To make smooth; cause to operate efficiently, whilst the tongue; make glib.
    • Smooth; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • to help make smooth; cause to run smoothly, due to the fact tongue; make glib.
    • to create smooth; cause to run effortlessly, while the tongue; make glib.
    • Smooth; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • Smooth; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: as, a glib tongue.
    • To run effortlessly; move freely, due to the fact tongue.
    • To make smooth; cause to operate effortlessly, while the tongue; make glib.
    • To castrate.
    • To castrate.
    • soft; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • operating smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • To castrate.
    • To castrate.
    • running well or sleekly; plausibly voluble: because, a glib tongue.
    • To make smooth; cause to perform smoothly, while the tongue; make glib.
    • Smooth; slippery: as, ice is glib.
    • Running smoothly or sleekly; plausibly voluble: as, a glib tongue.
    • To castrate.
    • To castrate.
    • To castrate.

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