[ UK /blˈa‍ɪtɐ/ ]
  1. a persistently annoying person
  2. a boy or man
    there's a fellow at the door
    he's a likable cuss
    that chap is your host
    he's a good bloke
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How To Use blighter In A Sentence

  • The elusive pentaquark - comprising five quarks - failed to put in an appearance during experiments at the Accelerator Facility in Virginia specifically carried out to search for the little blighter.
  • And another email got quite irate about the central character, suggesting he was an evil little blighter.
  • Apparently these poor blighters are confused by it all.
  • So she bought one of those traps, a bit like a cavernous clothes peg, that snaps the little blighters' necks but hides the gore from view.
  • And my father revealed himself to be a black-hearted blighter. MY FAVORITE BRIDE
  • So I did, and said it was the finest thing I'd struck, beat Xenophon into a cocket hat; the blighter fairly glowed. Isabelle
  • The problem is that they have to deal with racing drivers on a regular basis, and if there's one thing you don't want if you have any intention of maintaining your mental stability, it's listening to the humgudgeon, half-truths, taradiddles, quarter-truths, fiddlesticks and non-truths of even one racing driver, never mind a gridful of the blighters.
  • He was a punctilious blighter and I can't see him using the Lab as a convenient place for a rendezvous.
  • The only treatment that really works on these blighters is sclerotherapy. Times, Sunday Times
  • I directed the animated CBeebies show 'Boo!'" writes Mark, "and in the episode where the little stripey blighter becomes 'Footballer Boo' I managed to get him into the strip of the mighty Bristol City and, better still, in the episode the Reds score against a team wearing the blue and white quarters of the old enemy Bristol Rovers. Which teams from outside the top flight have gone furthest in Europe?
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