British Dictionary definitions for blart
- English dialect to sound loudly and harshly
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Examples from the Web for blart
It don't always answer a good, purpose to blart every thing out.
"It's always easy enough to r'ar up in this world and blart that things ain't so," snapped Hiram, with some heat.