Words and phrases that have a meaning related to blether:   (127 results)

Often used in the same context:
bairns, laddies, dreich, owt, natter, barney, shandy, scran, minging, auld, bollock, feck, tutting, hokey cokey, boyo, chunter, pish, gobbing, nowt, witter, telly, yins, squiffy, chipolata, parky, shite, wee, cawl, cannae, butty, pillock, bladdered, barm, cheerio, stramash, scrumpy, cockneys, caff, ale drinker, ponce, rammy, larging, braw, daft, geordie, craic, oatcake, jape, forsooth, blimey, elevenses, fellah, mardy, sassenach, whinge, hwyl, gabbling, poncy, fiddlesticks, manky, marmite, chinwag, cowpat, tatties, scot, cuppa, pleb, deary, wimmin, doolally, allsorts, lassie, chucklesome, chuff, faff, beardie, suet pudding, oul, cor blimey, geeing, morris dance, stodge, cobber, cack, banter, duffing, pommy, philosophise, slagging, dokey, gits, twa, camomile tea, devilment, matey, fae, gallus, lairy, splosh, kedgeree, kippers, saveloy

More general:
blabber, cackle, chatter, clack, gabble, gibber, maunder, palaver, piffle, prate, prattle, tattle, tittle-tattle, twaddle, yack, yak, yakety-yak

babble, blather, blither, chin music, idle talk, prate, prattle, smatter

Also try:
— Adjectives for blether: old, wee, friendly, ache, first

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