blate definition

  • adjective:
    • Bashful, sheepish.
    • Dull, stupid.
    • bashful; timid; sheepish; -- mainly Scottish.
    • disposed in order to avoid notice
    • Bashful, sheepish.
    • Dull, stupid.
    • bashful; fearful; sheepish; -- mainly Scottish.
    • disposed to avoid notice
  • verb:
    • to of sheep, goats, or calves.
    • weep plaintively
    • to of sheep, goats, or calves.
    • weep plaintively
  • others:
    • Pale; ghastly.
    • Dull; spiritless; stupid.
    • Blunt; curt.
    • Bashful; diffident.
    • Naked; bare.
    • To babble or prate about.
    • Pale; ghastly.
    • Dull; spiritless; stupid.
    • Blunt; curt.
    • Bashful; diffident.
    • Naked; bare.
    • To babble or prate about.

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