batting definition

  • noun:
    • The work of one which bats.
    • Cotton, wool, or synthetic dietary fiber wadded into moves or sheets, useful for stuffing furnishings and mattresses as well as lining quilts.
    • cotton, wool, silk or artificial material regularly stuff the inside of a mattress, quilt an such like
    • unique cotton fiber for surgery.
    • the act of someone who bats
    • The work of 1 just who bats; the management of a bat in winning contests of baseball.
    • Cotton in sheets, ready to be used to make quilts, etc..
    • The work or procedure for washing or smoothing linen with a bat.
    • the entire process of beating natural cotton fiber with hazel-or holly-twigs, on a frame made of cords, for the intended purpose of starting the matted locks, or of beating out impurities.
    • Cotton or wool ready in dense but light matted sheets for quilts or bed-covers, the quilting of clothes, etc. Also called bat, batts.
    • The work or manner of making use of a bat in a game of baseball: as, their particular batting had been good.
    • (baseball) the batter's attempt to log in to base
    • filling manufactured from rolls or sheets of cotton wool or artificial fiber
  • verb:
    • provide participle of bat.

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