Definition of glib:
silklike, glib-tongued, superficial, plausible, surface, silken, guileful, tricky, smooth-tongued, crafty, facile, sleek, wily, silky, dodgy, pat, knavish, slick, tricksy, satiny, sly, words, foxy, cunning, persuasive.
They are glib and fluent in the use of the terms which have been devised for the needs of thought and argument, but their use of these terms is empty, and exhibits all the intellectual processes with the intelligence left out.- "England and the War", Walter Raleigh.
She was a clever, glib, battered- looking, elderly woman, who, since her husband had once been at the Embassy in Vienna, had assumed a slight foreign accent; it was meant to be Austrian but sounded Scotch.- "Bird of Paradise", Ada Leverson.
- "Leigh Hunt's Relations with Byron, Shelley and Keats", Barnette Miller.