Definition of Batooned

1. batoon [v] - See also: batoon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Batooned

batmans
batmen
batoidei
batoko palm
batologist
batologists
batology
baton
baton twirler
batoned
batoning
batonless
batonlike
batons
batoon
batooned (current term)
batooning
batoons
batoprazine
batphone
batphones
batrachia
batrachian
batrachians
batrachite
batrachoid
batrachomyomachia
batrachomyomachian
batrachomyomachies
batrachomyomachy

Literary usage of Batooned

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1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1868)
"... leaving their clownish rivals only half batooned, to get within the gates of their Houses: alas ! but two or three have scuffled under the broad strong ..."

2. The Wild and Cultivated Cotton Plants of the World: A Revision of the Genus by George Watt (1907)
"... Cultivation Prolific Medium Boll Series : see Staple Providence Island, Cotton of, 300 Pruned : see batooned Cotton Pulling cotton : sec Fibre Purry, ..."

3. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1867)
"Another troupe from which " Uncle," the surly drummer, has not yet seceded, is batooned by a dapper little nigger in dandy clothes, white hat, ..."

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