Blah vs. Bleh

Blah vs. Bleh — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Blah and Bleh

Blahnoun

often blah blah or blah blah blah Meaningless or uninteresting remarks.

Blehinterjection

(slang) Used to reflect general indifference to a situation or topic.

- What did you think of the movie?
- Bleh. You?

Blahnoun

blahs A general feeling of discomfort, dissatisfaction, or depression

"Monday morning Oscar woke up with the blahs" (New Yorker).

Blehinterjection

(slang) An expression of mild disgust, possible imitative of vomiting

Blahadjective

Dull and uninteresting.

Blehadjective

(slang) Mildly uncomfortable; not good.

I'm feeling a bit bleh.

Blahadjective

Low in spirit or health; down

sat around all day feeling blah.

Blahnoun

Nonsense; drivel; idle, meaningless talk.

Blahnoun

(informal) (in plural, the blahs) A general or ambiguous feeling of discomfort, dissatisfaction, uneasiness, boredom, mild depression, etc.

Blahadjective

(informal) Dull; uninteresting; insipid.

Well, the new restaurant seems nice, but their menu is a little blah.

Blahadjective

(informal) Low in spirit or health; down.

I decided to go exercise rather than sit around all day feeling blah.

Blahinterjection

An expression of mild frustration.

Blah! Why can't I get this computer to work!

Blahinterjection

(When spoken repeatedly, often three times in succession: blah blah blah!) Imitative of idle, meaningless talk; used sometimes in a slightly derogatory manner to mock or downplay another's words, or to show disinterest in a diatribe, rant, instructions, unsolicited advice, parenting, etc. Also used when recalling and retelling another's words, as a substitute for the portions of the speech deemed irrelevant.

Yeah, yeah, blah blah blah, Mom, you said this all yesterday.And then he was like, "Oh, my brother's an Internet millionaire, blah blah blah." Like I care!

Blahinterjection

Representing the sound of vomiting. See bleah, bleh.

Blahverb

(intransitive) To utter idle, meaningless talk.

Blahnoun

pompous or pretentious talk or writing