Definition of Battiks

1. battik [n] - See also: battik



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Battiks

battery acid
battery booster
battery cage
battery cages
battery charger
battery hen
battery mate
batteryless
batterylike
batterymate
batterymates
battier
batties
battiest
battik
battiks (current term)
battill
battilled
battills
battily
battiness
battinesses
batting
batting average
batting averages
batting away
batting cage
batting coach
batting for both sides
batting glove

Literary usage of Battiks

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"As a consequence the "battiks," as the cloths thnĀ» treated are called, are in request by the wealthier classes. European imitations are easily detected, ..."

2. The Archaeological Review by Gomme, George Laurence, Sir, 1853-1916, George Laurence Gomme (1889)
"But among them are some objects of great interest, such as the sets illustrating the mode of manufacturing battiks, and, above all, the fine old weapons ..."

3. Commercial Geography of the World by Karl [August] Zehden (1893)
"The only native manufactures of importance are the so-called "battiks," or woollen stuffs ornamented with arabesque patterns. European imitations of these ..."

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