[ UK /bˈæts/ ]
[ US /ˈbæts/ ]
  1. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
    it used to drive my husband balmy
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How To Use bats In A Sentence

  • The popular beauty spot is home to a variety of wildlife including birds and types of bats.
  • It's the sort of thing I tend to call a batshit story, and though this term has not caught on as the latest literary, uh, movement, it's the only label that seems to fit so much of the sort of writing I love. Archive 2005-12-01
  • Prions tous pour nos propres pilotes à qui on a fait appel, pour une fin rapide des combats, et pour l'instauration d'un gouvernement de la Libye par les libyens qui respecte les droits de l'homme. Bishop Pierre Whalon: 'Just War' And The Intervention In Libya
  • The American troops come home in disgrace and the American military is taunted and ridiculed by the American media, global media, Islamic terrorists, and the moonbats here and aborad. Sound Politics: What It Means
  • He wasn't a large man, and had never been the sporty type, so there were no golf clubs or baseball bats lying handily around, and the notion of overpowering a hulking burglar with the meagre physical means at his disposal was laughable. Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
  • Batsmen need to use their feet cleverly when playing on the slightly slower pitches here so that they are in a position to play the ball without mistiming it.
  • He was a left arm seamer and opening batsmen who played two first class matches.
  • When we started, people didn't know what bilbies and boodies and bettons and numbats were, and now they do.
  • Lune-atic Yipsie comes with skin and shape with red horns ,..with and without candles red hair,..with and without flowers and bats with her bodytied skinsuit and her rats around her neck she can be found being lune-ing around touch pumpkin on table for lune-atic yipsie move Archive 2008-11-01
  • We were helping the umpires by two of the batsmen walking off (without being given out) which was disappointing as well. Times, Sunday Times
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