loquaz, volúvel, lisonjeiro, fluente, verboso, suave, natural, leve
Adjective(1) marked by lack of intellectual depth(2) having only superficial plausibility(3) artfully persuasive in speech
(1) Does that article feel a little too glib to anyone else?(2) I can either be profound and intellectual or silly and glib .(3) I'm not going to take the easy route and suggest the glib proposition.(4) To address this publicly was not an easy thing to do, as glib as I may have come across.(5) Listen to some glib talk by speakers at the ground-breaking ceremony of the project and infer what you can.(6) In general I try to avoid the easy, the glib , and the oversimplified in my books.(7) This is a glib accusation, easily made but difficult to substantiate.(8) Along with an easy confidence and glib manner of the elite, they are all set to tell the world how to manage.(9) Now I cringe to think of the breathy, glib , manic things I sent off, I really do.(10) Yet it is never slick or glib ; instead, it exudes a guileless, homespun warmth.(11) The quote itself sounds more like a marketing tag line that is glib and very open to shallow interpretations.(12) Then, as now, there was much glib talk about getting to the bottom of things and ├ö├ç├┐learning lessons├ö├ç├û.(13) Very charming at first, that's one of the characteristics, a superficial, glib sort of charm.(14) It would be easy to make glib comparisons with various tyrannies of the past, but I don't think they'd be quite accurate.(15) This scheme finally gives real meaning to the glib phrase ├ö├ç├┐low cost housing├ö├ç├û.(16) Hence the abundance of glib one liners, and the triumph of sarcasm.
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