Antonyms for bats

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He shared it with bats and all sorts of creeping insects but this he did not mind.

It is a great game of ball; the bats are broad and light, and the ball is small and soft.

The roots don't want any sun, they like to be in the dark, just like owls and bats.

Owls inhabited the outhouses, and bats the chinks beneath the eaves.

Our little bats, the bats that live in cool countries, do not harm any one.

The temper of bats is uncertain, and hunger does not improve it.

They were all as blind as bats, and none the less happy for that.

But when he studied the sky he was able to sight none of the cliff-dwelling Warlockian bats.

In some of the rooms there were bats hanging to the ceilings.

I couldn't help thinking to myself, "If you was bats, where should we be this night?"

WORD ORIGIN

"to hit with a bat," mid-15c., from bat (n.1). Related: Batted; batting.

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