- to chatter volubly.
- to utter volubly.
- the act or sound of blattering.
Origin of blatter
1545–55; < Latin blaterāre to prate, babble; use and spelling probably altered by association with other expressive verbs ending in -er6
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Examples from the Web for blatter
Under fire, Blatter later backed down, protesting that he was “misunderstood” by the press.Rio Buildings’ Collapse New Sign of World Cup Headache for Brazil
January 28, 2012
Blatter laughed out loud and quipped: “Then they should refrain from any sexual activities.”How FIFA Outgrew Homophobia–Almost
July 2, 2011
He will gar them blatter and bleeze upon the burning coals of hell!The Men of the Moss-Hags
S. R. Crockett
"I suppose it will have to be Hydeman, then," remarked Mr. Blatter, rising.
"He's as conscientious as a Pilgrim father," remarked Mr. Blatter.
For years it had been without a lock; ever since a blatter of wind and rain drove the door against the fireplace.Auld Licht Idylls
J. M. Barrie
"Whitaker has quit," announced Mr. Blatter, who acted as sales manager.