blat blat


  • (v) cry plaintively



  1. Suddenly came the frightened blat of Nelly's day-old calf.
  2. Sandbags guard the sidewalks, the blat-a-tat of racing engines shatters the quiet, and gravediggers thoughtfully lay out new plots in Borough Cemetery.
  3. Even as he spoke the Cleveland Symphony rumbled like a drain in difficulty and belched forth a stentorian blat of brass.


  • SkyCloud started in a bathroom, now an EP

    UNC Students Justin Bucher, Nick Peterson, Quinton Grady, Alex Joiner and Jorge Martinez-Blat (left to right) are members of the band Sky Cloud.
    on April 24, 2014     Source: The Daily Tar Heel

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