Definition of brattling
Example of brattling
From these mountains and hills a vast number of streams and brattling brooks discharge themselves into the lake; its principal tributary however, is the Endric, which flows into the south-east corner of the lake.
It is a lively sound, a busy tinkling, the incessant brattling and from time to time rushing, crashing sound of this falling ice, and trees suddenly erecting themselves when relieved of their loads.
On top of that, he is made to sing phrases like: ‘These brattling birds!’
Over the ledge lies an Atlantic of vapor without sail or shore, and through the hemlocks on North mountain the wind brattles like a hurricane.
Where so long I have heard only the brattling and moaning of the wind, what means this tenser, far-piercing sound?