frefu, brefu, dolefain, ddolefain, mrefu, nolefainbrefent, brefa’, brefaf, brefai, brefais, brefaist, brefan, brefant, brefasai, brefasant, brefasech, brefo, brefasent, brefasid, brefasit, brefasoch, brefasom, brefaswn, brefech, brefed, brefem, brefen, brefoch, brefer, brefes, brefest, brefet, brefi, brefid, brefiff, brefir, brefith, brefa, brefasem, brefodd, brefom, brefon, brefont, brefwch, brefwn, brefwyd, brefwyf, brefych, frefent, frefa’, frefaf, frefai, frefais, frefaist, frefan, frefant, frefasai, frefasant, frefasech, frefo, frefasent, frefasid, frefasit, frefasoch, frefasom, frefaswn, frefech, frefed, frefem, frefen, frefoch, frefer, frefes, frefest, frefet, frefi, frefid, frefiff, frefir, frefith, frefa, frefasem, frefodd, frefom, frefon, frefont, frefwch, frefwn, frefwyd, frefwyf, frefychbref, brefiad, brefiadau, dolef, dolefau, ddolef, ddolefau, fref, frefiad, frefiadau, mref, mrefiad, mrefiadau, nolef, nolefau
- gwynobleatedbrefuyn rhefru
Noun(1) the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this
Verb(1) talk whiningly(2) cry plaintively
(1) The latest bleat seems to be: those Democrats, that Jesse Jackson, they have unclean hands and double standards.(2) the distant bleat of sheep(3) The chiefs of the association are unlikely to pay much heed to a rural bleat , even if the problem is almost nation-wide.(4) There was a sudden sheep-like silence broken only by a bleat - we had been stumped, outwitted and outclassed by an obese, middle-aged rube.(5) The cloning of human beings has seemed inevitable since Dolly took her first bleat , and we should be relieved that it was done by scientists in a laboratory, not by wild-eyed members of some cult.(6) The great philanthropist, in other words, is financed by mere mortals who stupidly bear their taxes without so much as a plaintive bleat .(7) From the kitchen comes the less violent bleating of the baby lambs, and in the distance the occasional deeper bleat of a sheep or low of a cow.(8) The only bleat was City's failure to turn such superiority into goals.(9) His voice is a harsh, nasal, confused, emphatic bleat , clamping down on certain words and rolling tricky internal rhymes around in his mouth until they come out all broken.(10) Here is a bleat from a disgruntled Indian, pointing out the obvious from one side of the culture war.(11) they're hoping that I'll bow to their idiotic arrangements without a bleat(12) Their MPs voted for the anti-democratic state of emergency without a bleat of protest.(13) I didn't want to go back to their circles and listen to them bleat like herds of sheep.(14) The eternal bleat from the Right is that they are being prevented from asking legitimate questions by an hysterical climate of political-correctness.(15) the distant bleat of sheep in the field(16) There were other sounds in the distance: the muted shouting, the bleat of llamas, the distant bustle of the town.
1. baa ::
2. blat ::
1. crow ::
2. delight ::
3. rejoice ::
Different Formsbleat, bleated, bleating, bleats
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