[blat]Chiefly Northeastern U.S. and Great Lakes.
- to make a loud or raucous noise.
- to utter loudly and indiscreetly; blurt.
Origin of blat
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Examples from the Web for blatted
He blatted down in his throat, an tried to nose Horace out of the way.Friar Tuck
Robert Alexander Wason
She jumped wildly and blatted for her mother, but it was no use.The Red Cow and Her Friends
It turned its head to look at the children and blatted again.Six Little Bunkers at Cowboy Jack's
Laura Lee Hope
She told me as well as any words can say, 'Come on,' and when I offered her my hand she blatted like a fawn and ran away.John Ermine of the Yellowstone
Billy Bumps raised his head, shook his venerable beard, and blatted at the cobbler.The Corner House Girls at School
Grace Brooks Hill
- slang drunk
C20: of uncertain origin
- (intr) to cry out or bleat like a sheep
- (tr) to utter indiscreetly in a loud voice
C19: of imitative origin
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Word Origin and History for blatted
1846, U.S. colloquial, imitative. Related: Blatted; blatting. As a noun from 1904.
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