"The both of 'em says they're goin' to do fer you," bleated Mr. Bardlock.
He bleated in distress and scrambled out of that hard and painful place.
They came to me separately: one bleated, another screamed, one howled.
Some of them bleated like lambs, and some of them turled like turtles.
"It's a cheap, plain trick," bleated the aged steamship manager.
“I must protest,” Blaise bleated, but Brilliana would not listen to him.
He hid in a corner, puffed out his cheeks, and bleated like a calf.
When Mr. Lee first brought the lamb home, it cried, or bleated, continually.
The poor little goat, in great alarm, lowered his horns and bleated.
Then the old one bleated, and went on her way with an easy mind.