Bathers vs Blathers - What's the difference?
As a noun bathers
As a verb blathers is
(Australia) A swimsuit; a bathing costume.
* 2001 , Laurene Kelly, The Crowded Beach ,
* 2008 , Lyn Aldred, Neptune's Fingers ,
- The bathers they wore looked sort of the same as now, but their hair was really different.
* 2009 , Jacqueline Ann Wharton, Freedom Through Adversity: Ten Steps to Overcoming a Troubled Mind ,
- No one here wore bathers . Both boys wore their homemade underpants, the brand name, ‘Sydney Flour’, emblazoned across the back, as old flour bags were not wasted, but recycled.
- I was looking at a pair of bathers' to buy and talking about the life of the ' bathers and how to extend their life.
(swimsuit) budgie smugglers, Speedos
(pejorative) To talk rapidly without making much sense.
(pejorative) nonsensical or foolish talk
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