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  • v. Present participle of blat.


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  • At the rear of the house a tiny babe piped up a thin blatting wail that the quickly thrust breast could not appease.

    The Bones of Kahekili

  • At the blatting of my morning alarm, the signal shifted again to bring me the smarmy voice of Rick Santorum, a menacing rumble from the streets of Greece, and a bitter harpy of a chant that said I now have more past than future.


  • The Rattler slid along until the loom of the island could be seen as well as sensed, until the sleepy roar of breakers and the blatting of goats could be heard, until the wind, off the land, was flower-drenched with perfume.


  • As they pulled their gigantic bodies free from their roosts, the pillar guards filled the Great Hall with their blatting calls.

    The Search For WondLa

  • From high atop the pillar three glowing slits revealed themselves, and a blatting sound came from within.

    The Search For WondLa

  • Sitting on the bike, holding him, deafened by the blatting of the engine noise, she had been happy.


  • For band geeks, one of those passions effectively disappears on the day we graduate from college, so it stands to reason that someone out there found a way to return to the joy of making rowdy, football-field-sized music on big, blatting horns.

    Exploding marching band chic and the rise of the Capital-N Nerd « The Retort

  • Maybe I should do a little more research andthink a little more deeply before blatting things out late at night.

    DreamWorks of the West

  • You'd think they could never survive when you first see them born, but in just minutes, they are blatting and struggling to get on their feet and find their nourishment.

    Lambing 101

  • The McCain Camp is blatting lied and deserves the honest questioning that the media has been requesting and denied time and time again from the McCain Camp.

    Attack ads hit an all-time low


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