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- adj. Shaped like the wing of a bat.
- n. The wing of a bat, or its shape.
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- n. one of a pair of swinging doors (as at the entrance to a western saloon)
- adj. formed or shaped like a bat's wing
But seeing is believing. h.naoto, the goth loli designer, of Angry & Hangry, of japanese gothic, goth loli, nois and punk has sold ONE customer out of Japan the 2008 h.naoto japanese translated Feather Rucksack, which I call the batwing backpack.
I'm not talking about that little "batwing" jiggle a lot of women have.
Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack favored a slim batwing look, compared with a wide batwing—what some designers refer to as the Charvet cut, after the exclusive French outfitters.
As the elephant changed its footing, Akeley felt the chilled breeze of its nicked, batwing ears, and took one last breath of the animal's creosote musk.
Whether it's "thistle" or "batwing," everyone can tell a self-tie from a ready-made number.
Because whether it's "thistle" or "batwing," everyone can tell a self-tie from a ready-made number.
See NWT by Chloe gentle crab batwing sleeve t-shirt #7w
Harmonizing with its distinctive period flavor is the band's sartorial image: Mr. Raabe and his gifted colleagues perform in immaculate evening dress — tailcoats and double-breasted black or white dinner jackets, with shirtfronts and batwing collars starched to a board-like stiffness lamentably forgotten by our wash-and-wear society.
Smilovic is currently scouting stacked heel clogs, batwing dresses, knitted fur pieces and army belts on eBay.
I also found a batwing jacket of Guatemalan striped fabric, and a black ramie patch-pocket single-button blazer (circa 1987) that I feel required by law to keep, in case I ever want to dress up as Rico Tubbs.
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