One who is politely rude, briskly vague or firmly uninformative. Can often be applied to sports commentators, some politicians and christians.
Bob: The weather seems oaky out there, could be nice for doing something or other.
Roy: That sentence contained no useful information what so ever.
Henry: Bob is such a clixby.
by Warrio June 11, 2006
One who is politely rude, briskly vague or firmly uninformative. Can often be applied to sports commentators, some politicians and christians.
Bob: The weather seems oaky out there, could be nice for doing something or other.
Roy: That sentence contained no useful information what so ever.
Henry: Bob is such a clixby.
by Warrio June 11, 2006

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