WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY
Blatherskite
bla-thər-skīt
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Scottish English, 17th century
1

Nonsense

2

A person who is prone to speaking nonsense

Examples of Blatherskite in a sentence

“I don’t want to hear your blatherskite — I need you to speak clearly about things that really matter.”

“The teacher had great insights, but he was such a blatherskite that his students never understood them.”

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