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blate (bleɪt) 

Definitions

adjective

  1. (obsolete) exhibiting corpselike qualities, for example a pallid tone, insensibility or lack of spirits
  2. undiscerning
  3. (obsolete) brusque
  4. shy and ill at ease

blate (bleɪt) 

Definitions

transitive verb

  1. to babble (something)

intransitive verb

  1. to babble

Example Sentences Including 'blate'

Fain the weemun-folk'll seek To mak ' them haud their row - Fegs, God's no blate gin he stirs up The men o ' Crowdieknowe!
Glasgow Herald (2001)

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