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Word: glib

Definition: fluent (with insincerity or superficiality); facile; slick


Sentences Containing 'glib'

But it is, unsurprisingly, just the kind of trick one of those special long-running TV shows might try to pull now and then - a bit of heavy-handed schmaltz to break up the glib anarchy, a lunge at tonal variation to bring depth to some increasingly harshly delineated cast members."
He then moved to Los Angeles, where he made his breakthrough in 1996 as an actor-screenwriter with the film "Swingers", which was also Vaughn's breakthrough role as the glib and extremely confident Trent Walker, a perfect foil to Favreau's heartbroken Mike Peters.
On rereading, I have to revise my estimate utterward." He felt "the Rigellians behave with unbelievable stupidity and the metal humans with their built-in stiff upper lips are too flip and glib," concluding that "Pratt's reputation rests secure on much better ground than this bog."
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