blahs blahs


  • (n) a general feeling of boredom and dissatisfaction


  1. For the television viewer more than the newspaper reader, the Democratic Convention was an acute attack of the blahs.
  2. Running might cure the blahs California Psychiatrist Thaddeus Kostrubala, 47, is a bald, intense man who for five years has practiced psychotherapy while jogging alongside.
  3. Now that Coppola has shaken the blahs, he'll get back behind the camera again and start shooting a script of his own still not Megalopolis in Argentina in February.



  • "I was proud," manager Jim Leyland said of his team. "We had the blahs after a tough home stand (4-6, capped by Sunday's 16-8 loss), and we hung in there and got it done."
    on Aug 19, 2008 By: Jim Leyland Source: Detroit Free Press

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