Definition of bleater in English:



  • See bleat

    • ‘On Friday night, the bleaters were at it again when he lined up on Nathan Ablett instead of Cameron Mooney.’
    • ‘It is the compulsion to resort to hyperbole that tells me how superficial the middle class bleaters' understanding of, and commitment to, reconciliation is.’
    • ‘It wasn't just the doo-woppers (Platters, Marcels) and Italian-American bleaters (Freddy Cannon, Connie Francis) who padded or enriched their repertoire with pop oldies.’
    • ‘The Cabinet opponents seem to amount to little more than a clutch of powerless bleaters.’
    • ‘If we did invade, these bleaters would start moaning about imperialism.’