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    what does smooth,flattering talk (irish derivation)mean


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    what does smooth,flattering talk (irish derivation)mean
    I am not sure what you mean by Irish derivation but a smooth talker has the
    "gift of the gab".

    "blarney" also comes under the definition of flattering, smooth talker.

    Sometimes, in North America, a smooth talker is referred to as having a "silver throat". Definitely they are called "sweet talkers" as their words sound sweet to the ears of a receptive person.

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