Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To become “sleepy” or internally decayed, as a pear which ripens after being picked.
- n. A soft spot in a fruit; an early stage of decay.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A form of decay in fruit which is overripe.
- v. To decay internally when overripe; -- said of fruit.
- French blettir. (Wiktionary)
“The blet would slow down but may stil be supersonic thus making a sound.”
“The people of Virar-Mira Road blet believe that conducting surveys and useless studies like "Most Influencial Person"; "Most Sexiest Person" is useless and stupidity.”
“We finally get out when the elevator makes it to the ground floor, and everyone's out of the building, and after the fire department responds and checks the place, we are told that a blet or something broke in the elevator we were on, and that is what called emergency services.”
“No, not baby Stens, it is my Open-arse Orchard - it will be worth waiting for them to mature and blet.”
“Fmnc apud Dou - blet.p. 655. yenientet in iUaflrada”
“Now, before the fanboys and haters get all riled up, keep in mind, the guy who draws the strip, T. Lewis, does so on his T.blet PC (last we heard,”
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