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  • as intittle-tattle
  • as ingossip

synonyms for blethering

  • babble
  • blab
  • blather
  • blether
  • chat
  • chatter
  • dish
  • hint
  • imply
  • insinuate
  • intimate
  • jaw
  • noise
  • prate
  • prattle
  • repeat
  • report
  • rumor
  • schmoose
  • spread
  • suggest
  • talk
  • tattle
  • whisper
  • bad-mouth
  • bend one's ear
  • cut to pieces
  • cut up
  • rattle on
  • spill the beans
  • talk idly
  • tell secrets
  • tell tales
  • tell tales out of school
  • wiggle-waggle
  • blab
  • blather
  • prate
  • hint
  • babble
  • jaw
  • intimate
  • imply
  • dish
  • spread
  • tattle
  • repeat
  • talk
  • chat
  • suggest
  • report
  • prattle
  • chatter
  • insinuate
  • rumor
  • bad-mouth
  • cut up
  • spill the beans
  • schmoose
  • blether
  • cut to pieces
  • rattle on
  • talk idly
  • tell secrets
  • tell tales
  • wiggle-waggle
  • bend one's ear
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antonyms for blethering

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  • be quiet
  • conceal
  • hide
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How to use blethering in a sentence

Ulster and Scotch form blether, blethering: Burns speaks of stringing 'blethers up in rhyme.'
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
And instead of bland and blethering Serenissimus I was received by Scheidemann blandly, blandishingly serene.
THE NEW GERMANYGEORGE YOUNG
From the 44 distance the first sound was the ceaseless blethering of the flock that proclaimed its misery.
THE FREE RANGEFRANCIS WILLIAM SULLIVAN
The next instant they had started forward on a run, blethering the news of water back along the dim, heaving line.
THE FREE RANGEFRANCIS WILLIAM SULLIVAN
"Ah, quit blethering about hard work," Uncle William exclaimed, bending to the oars.
THE FOOLISH LOVERSST. JOHN G. ERVINE
I won'er how I could be sae silly as to sit sae lang willy-waing wi' you about that blethering bodie, James Kilspinnie.
RINGAN GILHAIZEJOHN GALT
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