Take away the cow that gives the milk, an they would all blat jest like weaned calves.
But the Herald wants the people––the people that come to our shows––to get up and blat.
Walk all over a body's feet, an' then blat about how sorry you be.
There was a blat, a puff of white smoke, and the calf was turned back to his "Mammy."
The latter animal could not blat, for its wind was shut off.
Billy Bumps began to blat and butt the partition in his pen.
But I'd give ten dollars to see you and Wimble Horn blat away on those altos again, with your eyes bulging out of your cheeks.
And Struve was primed with all the facts he had heard Kinney blat out time and again.
The first little blizzard, they'll hump up an' blat fer home an' mother.
The baby hasn't done anything but blat since the nurse coupled it onto the goat hydrant.
1846, U.S. colloquial, imitative. Related: Blatted; blatting. As a noun from 1904.