Immediately they were greeted by the whirr of wheels, the chatter of many herders, and the blatting of sheep.
When she again killed the blatting motor, she let it stay dead.
Far away they heard the blatting of sheep, the bark of a dog.
Swept up in a bunch of blatting bull calves like that, and me the size I am?
Whenever a blatting animal made a dash for liberty the dogs drove it into the press, barking and nipping.
He dragged the first one to the spot where the calf was blatting so pitifully.
So it came snorting and blatting to the other side and climbed up the bank.
Thats what comes of blatting things in a two-by-four burg like this.
The Major was with him every step of the way, blatting about his friend Fitzpatrick.
Outside, the sheep were blatting stridently their demand for breakfast.
1846, U.S. colloquial, imitative. Related: Blatted; blatting. As a noun from 1904.