Roll through my chant with all thy lawless music, thy swinging lamps at night, Thy madly-whistled laughter, echoing, rumbling like an earthquake, rousing all, Law of thyself complete, thine own track firmly holding, (No sweetness debonair of tearful harp or glib piano thine,) Thy trills of shrieks by rocks and hills return’d, Launch’d o’er the prairies wide, across the lakes, To the free skies unpent and glad and strong.
There are no more uses of "glib" in the book.
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Jean Louise was about to make the worst mistake of her life, and she glibly quoted those people at her, she mocked her.
Harper Lee -- Go Set a Watchman
"He’s glib, even as he murders his wife and child."