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18.
A word used when someone just gives up on what they are going to say
It was like, like, like... Bleh.
by Raddichio December 23, 2004
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1.
State of mind usually caused by boredom or a annoying situation that doesn't really causes any heavy emotional reactions.
After I flunked yet another test by a huge lack of study I just felt bleh.
by Me May 28, 2004
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2.
Average, "I dunno" sort of expression. Instead of a word you'd say 'bleh'.
Well, it was just kinda... bleh.
by s0up October 30, 2004
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3.
A blatant expression of boredom.
"nothing to do... bleh!"

"this place sucks, bleh!!!"
by Chris / Em / Zara October 11, 2004
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4.
See meh.
An expresion of not givin' a fuckin' shit.
S:My dog just bit me!
A: Bleh.
by Sophie "Fang" Walker February 03, 2004
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5.
The 'Bleh Generation' is an internet movement started a few months ago and that has already a world success on forums and internet communities. Its slogan :
Think different. See further. Say BLEH.
The Bleh generation, technically, is a state of mind. 'Bleh' expresses an intense frustration, the fact that life is not easily livable, that you don't expect anything more from this world. Though, it can't be connected to the 'no future' movement, and either to any punk or goth movement. The Bleh generation is someting unique, something that truly goes to the essence of the emotional base of today's society.
Bleh doesn't reject this world, actually bleh doesn't reject anything. But bleh doesn't accept anything either.
All is bleh, and bleh is ill.
"-I'm part of the Bleh Generation!"
by StormrageJunior November 16, 2005
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6.
A general expression of frustration and/or disdain
Count Bleh said, "Bleh!" And there was bleh, and it was good.
by Bleh November 23, 2002
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7.
(noun, adverb/adjective)
'b-leh

1 to greet or acknowledge, but only slightly
2 to express sentiment or mood, but only slightly

Not to be confused with blah the term bleh is generally utilized as a conversation deterrent. Oftentimes people find themselves at the mercy of a conversation they do not wish to participate in. This predicament is typically initiated by a person greeting another or by a person answering a question regarding their general state of health/well being with what might be called a conversation initiator. For example, if person A were to ask person B how he/she is doing, the answer might take the form of an unwanted 30-minute conversation. It is in situations like this, where there is pressure to acquiesce a measure of social etiquette with a response but insufficient time/desire to address the situation with the full answer as would normally be offered that we have use for this term. In definition 1 then the implied sentiment, if transcribed, would be, "I acknowledge that you still exist...that's great...good work...I'd love to take the time to greet you properly but I simply cannot at the moment." (Note: it's possible that, in fact, you would not love to take the time to greet that person properly; in any instance)

Regarding definition 2, intonation is an important variable. Again the same theme of deterring a conversation is at heart, but in the interests of satisfying social etiquette the term may be used with varying intonation to reveal some extra detail as to the person's sentiment/mood. A short descending tone might, for example, reveal anger (another reason why you should not try to have a conversation with that person), while a stretched monotone might be used to express boredom or discontent. With experience this term can come to have a variety of specific meanings when accompanied by a mastery of its applicable intonation.
Mike: "Hey John!"

John: "Bleh."

by pharass April 26, 2006
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