blatherskite [ blath-er-skahyt ]
1. a person given to voluble, empty talk.
2. nonsense; blather.
WORDS RELATED TO BLATHERSKITE
jabberwocky, prate, babble, nonsense, gabble, balderdash, prattle, gibberish, jabber
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Origin: 1640–50; blather + skiteskate
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR BLATHERSKITE
I want thim to remimber their father as something besides a blatherskite phin they grow up.
PORT O' GOLD|LOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
What do I care for the Separationist blatherskite more than for the loyal fools?
ROMANCE|JOSEPH CONRAD AND F.M. HUEFFER
The Confederate Major was of the class referred to in polite American parlance, as a "blatherskite."
CAMPAIGNS OF A NON-COMBATANT,|GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND
I fancy that blatherskite, Dorsett, wont sail so high tomorrow.
RALPH, THE TRAIN DISPATCHER|ALLEN CHAPMAN
Maurice's Jabberwock will begin with his blatherskite nonsense—it will be something to pass the time.
PRINCE FORTUNATUS|WILLIAM BLACK
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