(), n. See Batten, and Baton.
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(), n. [F. battue, fr. battre to beat. See Batter, v. t., and cf. Battuta.] (Hunting) (a) The act of beating the woods, bushes, etc., for game. (b) The game itself. (c) The wanton slaughter of game. Howitt.
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(), n. [F., fr. battre to beat.] An elevated river bed or sea bed.
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(), n. [It. battuta, fr. battere to beat.] (Mus.) The measuring of time by beating.
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