"Why, he copped the copper's kale," Aggie translated, glibly.
“God,” answered Carl glibly, as if that must be the only orthodox answer.
Glibly she had lied to them and her conscience was not troubled.
In verity he knew it as glibly as the alphabet, for he was infinitely painstaking.
The girl took the hint and went on glibly "i-e-d," and "went up head."
You shall learn your lesson—you who talked so glibly of my secrets.
But there he sat, glibly retailing it to his small comrades!
It was really astonishing how glibly he would talk about religion.
He called her 'dear,' and 'dearie,' and 'little pal' too glibly.
He told the truth, now, as glibly as Bunny's friends had lied.