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    glib - Dictionary definition and meaning for word glib

    (adj) marked by lack of intellectual depth
    Example Sentence
    • glib generalizations
    • a glib response to a complex question
    (adj) having only superficial plausibility
    Synonyms : pat , slick
    Example Sentence
    • glib promises
    • a slick commercial
    (adj) artfully persuasive in speech
    Example Sentence
    • a glib tongue
    • a smooth-tongued hypocrite
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for glib

glib sounds like Ghalib..his shayeri was slick and fluent.

someone who doesn't go to lib(glib) lacks intellectual depth

GLIB -> GLABROUS. GLABROUS means smooth. GLIB means smooth-tongued.

g:gafadi ; lib:lip;a person who is gafadi can speak well and fluent but lacks sincerity

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in general we say... if u SPEAK SO FAST u glub(glib) the words

Glib--> G is always live.

'glib,' like a 'bib.' Only caring about superficial things (how you look), lacking in depth.

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