bat[ bat ]SEE DEFINITION OF bat
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAT
A bat circled near, indecisively, as if with a message it hesitated to give.
Run out the mile-an'-a-quarter, make a race of it, but don't go to the bat.
So the man done it, and sure enough he was as blind as a bat in a minute.
You can no more be told how to go light than you can be told how to hit a ball with a bat.
I've got such an awful lot of stuff that I want to dictate it right off the bat.
A bat came flying about their heads, and Wrayson at last rose.
Thank heaven, the old man was as blind as a bat, and did not claim my acquaintance.
What sped before them both was invisible to her but Bat was never baffled by it.
The butterfly's motion is as irregular as any we have except the bat's.
But I am like a bat in the dark, flying at gleams of light from closely-curtained windows.