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glib
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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Definition
artfully persuasive in speech or having only superficial plausibility
  • ...made seven or eight similar excursions to the Colosseum, while his less favored companion trod for the first time in his life the classic ground forming the monument of Flavius Vespasian; and, to his credit be it spoken, his mind, even amid the glib loquacity of the guides, was duly and deeply touched with awe and enthusiastic admiration of all he saw; and certainly no adequate notion of these stupendous ruins can be formed save by such as have visited them, and more especially by...
    Chapters 33-34 (53% in)

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