blarney

[n] - flattery designed to gain favor
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Blarney

Blar'ney (blär'nȳ) noun [ Blarney , a village and castle near Cork.] Smooth, wheedling talk; flattery. [ Colloq.] Blarney stone , a stone in Blarney castle, Ireland, said to make those who kiss it proficient in the use of blarney.
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Blarney

Blar'ney transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Blarneyed (-nĭd); present participle & verbal noun Blarneying .] To influence by blarney; to wheedle with smooth talk; to make or accomplish by blarney. ' Blarneyed the la...
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blarney

coaxing noun flattery designed to gain favor
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Blarney

village, County Cork, Ireland, 5 mi (8 km) northwest of Cork city, famous for Blarney Castle ( 1446). Below the battlements on the southern wall of ...
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Blarney

Blarney, village, Co. Cork, SE Republic of Ireland. Those who kiss the Blarney Stone, placed in an almost inaccessible position near the top of the thick stone wall of the 15th-century castle, are supposed to gain marvelous powers of persuasion and cajolery. The castle was militarily important in th...
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Blarney

Blarney ({Irish place name|an Bhlarna|the little field}) is a town and townland in County Cork, Ireland. It lies {convert|8|km|abbr=on} north-west of Cork and is famed as the site of Blarney Castle, home of the legendary Blarney Stone. ==Tourism== Blarney town is a major tourist attraction in County Cork. Mostly people come to see the castle, kiss...
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blarney

skilful flattery; nonsense
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Blarney

[CMLR] Blarney railway station was on the Cork and Muskerry Light Railway in County Cork, Ireland. ==History== The station opened on 8 August 1887. Passenger services were withdrawn on 31 December 1934. ==Routes== == Further reading == ...
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Blarney

[code name] BLARNEY is a communications surveillance program, started in 1978 and operated under the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The collection takes place at top-level telecommunications facilities within the United States, choke points through which most traffic will flow, including wireless. This type of surveillan...
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