A blurb is just a short written peice about something. Usually it's in reference to a newspaper article that briefly mentions a barely newsworthy item.
The blurb on the second page only scratched the surface of the material.
by Catalytic of Bnet East July 10, 2003
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A small, dense amount of descriptive text which can be fired like a projectile.
Shoot me a blurb on that, Tim, and I'll get back to you this afternoon.
by Chris August 30, 2004
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a short, concise amount of descriptive text used for professional warm introductions
Could you introduce me to her? Here is a short blurb about my company/service.
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A dose of highly concentrated spin intended to deflect direct perception and critical thought while presenting a desirable or attractive image to the public.
She's a master of Tae Kwan Do, a skilled brain surgeon, rock star, and wrote all of Shakespeare's sonnets. I read it in her blurb.
by Mongo 702 November 11, 2005
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Blurb, from blurt and blubber. A short ‘descriptive’ piece of writing, written without much thought or content, and which can be safely ignored.
People are skeptical about blurbs because they sense the insincerity of the genre
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"I was so into the conversation I blurbed
down my chin. Man, was I embarassed!"
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A time that is unfavorably reviewed upon.
I'd just like to forget that blurb in my life where I was sick in the hospital.
by Jared Hayes June 14, 2006
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