Definitions

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  • noun A young, small, or baby bat.

Etymologies

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From bat +‎ -ling.

Examples

  • The New York Times | Taking the debate about god online, and batling it out with videos A guerra entre crentes e ateus é já bem velhinha, mas a internet abriu novos campos de batalha entre os defensores do espírito e da liberdade de pensamento e os bovinos acólitos de dogmas teológicos fantasistas e repressivos.

    Leituras

  • "This wants the batling stone ower it," said the old weaver, spreading it out before him.

    The Shadow of a Crime A Cumbrian Romance

  • To a 3500 lb car, pulling 4 to 6 G's, sustained for upwards of 3 to 4 hours ... and upwards of 9+ g's in wrecks ... all while batling temps of up to 130 to

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • "Every weekend they drive a 3500 lb car, pulling 4 to 6 G's, sustained for upwards of 3 to 4 hours ... and upwards of 9+ g's in wrecks ... all while batling temps of up to 130 to 140 in the car.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

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