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batt

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noun
  1. a sheet of matted cotton, wool, or synthetic fibers.
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Origin of batt

First recorded in 1830–40; special use of bat1

batt.

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Examples from the Web for batt

Historical Examples

  • Batt's influence and efforts had procured him this lucky chance.

    Erasmus and the Age of Reformation

    Johan Huizinga

  • But what grieves us most is the way he speaks to honest Batt.

  • But how offended he is, when Batt cannot at once comply with his imperious demands.

  • He requested his best friend Batt to tell lies in his behalf.

  • Here you will not be lying, Batt; I am wholly engaged on this work.


British Dictionary definitions for batt

batt

noun
  1. textiles another word for batting (def. 1)
  2. Australian and NZ a slab-shaped piece of insulating material used in building houses
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