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Synonyms for bleat

Synonyms for bleat

the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this)

Related Words

talk whiningly

cry plaintively

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Now I never saw him restored to field correct Because I was only there for a short while, you may detect; So I just waved farewell to my goat with the bleat Who had laid his problem at my feet And left satisfied, knowing I had helped the little'blighter' To a future perhaps just a tiny shade brighter.
The sound is essentially a drawn-out bleat normally produced by tip-can calls, such as Primos' Original Can and M.
Other hunters report good success with it, so it's definitely worth trying if a bleat won't attract a cruising buck.
Walking past sweets with a child is really hard bleat, bleat, bleat.
Belfield has signed exclusive rights with award-winning Northern Ireland ice cream specialist Mullins to distribute Bally Bleat goat's milk ice cream to British retailers.
One of those afternoons I heard a plaintive bleat from down the wooded slope, and finally saw a youngling goat emerge from the box elders.
Melbourne, Sept 15 (ANI): Giant Pandas make bleat calls to attract potential mates, finds a new study.
On occasion, I've been known to shop at open air markets where I expect to have someone bleat the benefits of their wares.
That doesn't mean you have to blatantly bleat, "Ugh--what were you thinking?
HIGH street bookies bleat `there's nothing virtual about a winner'.
The abuses, sacrileges, and irreverences in the official Church structure continue to go on, and many of the bishops remain silent and deaf to the bleat of their own sheep.
The bleat of an adult doe sounds like a soft "neeeeaah" and is used by deer to locate other deer.
Featuring the Micro Heat Bleat Call and Stretchback Grunt Call, the Rut Pack from Duel Game Calls ($47.
The does also will bleat, though the pitch will be deeper, the volume typically lower and the duration shorter than the bleat of a fawn.