blatted blatted


  • (v) cry plaintively



  1. Silk merchants who hissed and booed, blatted and squealed.
  2. The crowd began gathering near the sentry boxes at Blair House at dusk, stood raptly as rush-hour traffic blatted past on Pennsylvania Avenue.
  3. The loudspeaker blatted five sets of code numbers, each from a different base across the ocean.
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repudiate repudiate
/ri ˈpju di ˌeɪt /