Glib is defined as speaking in a very smooth, easy way, which may appear to be insincere.(adjective)
An example of glib is a famous person offering a weak solution to a world issue during an interview.
The definition of glib is smooth talking or writing that suggests someone isn’t telling the truth.(adjective)
An example of glib is a political candidate calmly describing a budget plan without giving many details.
See glib in Webster's New World College Dictionary
See glib in American Heritage Dictionary 4
adjective glib·ber, glib·best
Origin: Possibly of Low German origin; see ghel-2 in Indo-European roots.
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