Synonyms for blithering
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLITHERING
Why in God's name could he think clearly and yet only talk like a blithering fool?
Some of their Professors should be able to do good work in the blithering line.
The London public won't stand that sort of blithering twaddle.'
I could see that when, like the blithering ass I am, I interrupted them that evening.
I could get the beasts, with Davey and that blithering half-breed.
I'll let the blithering class slide if you don't give me the towel!
By the way, I can't help being an ass tonight; I'm obliged to go on blithering.
And to think of her as the wife of that blithering little ass—that nincompoop of a Karl Brabetz!
German infantry on the morning of the 5th ventured an assault and were repulsed by blithering fire.
You've got a good enough memory not to have forgotten that you made a blithering fool of me once.
1880, present participle adjective (from the first typically with idiot) from blither (v.) "to talk nonsense." From 1872 as a verbal noun.