glibly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with superficial plausibility
he talked glibly
- The findings by Katz and Watson undermine the notion that race and intellect can be glibly linked.
- While a uniform calendar has many advantages, its opponents argue glibly.
- Gone are the days when he would glibly compare flailing financial markets to jet crashes, as he did to PTI in 1999.
News & Articles
- L'Avventura's Vampire Credibility
The Bay Area indie-rock band gains traction on HBO's True Blood . by Jessica Langlois Only the glow of dashboard instruments illuminates the faces of four twentysomethings as they maneuver their SUV through bumpy forest roads in the dead of night. As the precocious hipsters argue glibly about the purpose of their mission, a tinny voice croons from the stereo speakers, backed by a quick bass line ...
Sept. 4, 2013 - East Bay Express
- Jon Stanhope in The Canberra Times
Mr Stanhope said the result was proof Australians understood the delivery of health and public transport services was complicated and they trusted Labor over those who "glibly promised quick fixes".
- Warren Buffett in Forbes (blog)
In that 2000 letter Buffett wrote that "market commentators and investment managers who glibly refer to 'growth' and 'value' styles as contrasting approaches to investment are displaying their ignorance, not their sophistication. Growth is simply a...
- Clarence Thomas in Los Angeles Times
It was in Boston, not Georgia, that a white man has called me nigger for the first time,Thomas wrote. "I bristled at the self-righteous sanctimony with which so many of the northerners at Yale glibly discussed the South's racial problems."