bleat

Part of speech: verb

To cry as a sheep.

Part of speech: noun

The cry of the sheep or goat.

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Usage examples "bleat":

  1. Lord Ellerdine broke the silence with his plaintive bleat, repeating his former sentence: " Then how on earth could your friend know?" - "A Butterfly on the Wheel", Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull.
  2. First she said, Little goat, bleat! - "Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades", Florence Holbrook.
  3. Then he opened his mouth to pour forth his soul in an agonising bleat. - "My Tropic Isle", E J Banfield.