blatting blatting


  • (v) cry plaintively



  1. No fewer than seven Corvettes were in the 14-car field, six of them new 1963 Sting Rays, their powerful V-8 engines blatting angrily under shark-nosed hoods.
  2. Yeah, but not in Sam's case--unless you thought of him as a sort of Charles Ives, drawing on the vernacular only to subvert it with a big, blatting off-key note.
  3. This so-called intellectual group aren't in touch with the American people, regardless of Fulbright's blatting, and Eugene McCarthy and Mc-Govern and Kennedy.
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profusion profusion
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