batty[ bat-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF batty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BATTY
Either he's batty or else he's pretendin' to be, one or the other.
I had a batty idea that the next whiff of breeze would jar it loose.
So far as looks went, we were just as batty as Sir Peter with his wooden hat.
Ma says as how ye could be made into a woman if ye hadn't got batty with birds and things.
Guess I must have sat there, starin' bug-eyed and lookin' batty, from 14th to Wall.
Indeed, I will at once compel Mr. Batty to contradict the report which is afloat.
There's a woman lobbyin' for Burroughs, so they say, and she's got Blair batty!
The man known as Batty may or may not have been about to answer him.
“Hello, Batty,” he said as he set the exhibit oscillating with a push of the knee.
Jack Sydenham sang rarely: so did his other servant, Mr. Batty.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BATTY
- double talk
- without rhyme or reason