from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A snort of liquid from the mouth out through the nose; as in response to something unexpected and/or funny
- n. A metasyntactic variable similar to foo and bar
And Firestorm was told at that meeting to put together a report on everything he could decipher from that data-blort John Stewart sent him; that included Void-Houndage. kdb
I may have to start using "data-blort" in everyday conversations.
How I long for the days when it was simple to measure the efficacy of one's skin care regime! everlasting blort
Their thick tongues blort, their eyes squeeze grief, a crowd
Oliver fully intended to use the lightning, so the green, fetid cloud that billowed from his nostrils surprised him, as did the plaintive blort that rose from somewhere just above his stomach and rushed up the long tunnel of his neck, exploding from his mouth in a miasma of halfdigested cabbage, beans, and parsnips.
She led the grumbling dragon out, and as Oliver settled disconsolately in his new bed, L'Indasha turned to the fire, ignoring one last pathetic blort before the creature fell asleep and snored merrily, impervious to the snow and cold.