A hook-nosed glib fellow! as cool as a cucumber,—always looking so sure of his game!
But he told Mr. Tulliver several stories about "Swing" and incendiarism, and asked his advice about feeding pigs in so thoroughly secular and judicious a manner, with so much polished glibness of tongue, that the miller thought, here was the very thing he wanted for Tom.
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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."