an account with or terminal bill from a college of Oxford University for board, kitchen, and buttery expenses.
battels, expenses, bills, and accounts of a student at Oxford, including those for clothing, books, and personal expenses as well as for tuition, lodging, and food.
to have an account with or to be supplied with food and drink from a college kitchen or buttery at Oxford University.
“There go some windows into their battels,” said Mr. Bielby.
The Mark Of Cain Andrew Lang
The rest of the day was spent in seeing about battels and getting into the new ways.
Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
This, indeed, is proved sufficiently by the average amount of the battels.
The Collected Writing of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. II Thomas De Quincey
Will it be believed that the battels (bills) in College are connected with this word?
My Autobiography F. Max Mller
The French king also ordered his battels with the aduise of his capteins.
Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (3 of 6): England (3 of 9) Raphael Holinshed
On one awful day the second master announced to me that my battels would be stopped.
An Autobiography Anthony Trollope
(at some universities) the account of a member of a college for board, provisions, and other college expenses
a movement in which the dancer lifts one leg to the front, side, or back, and returns it to the supporting leg. Historical Examples Every ‘bar’ of the music is called either a ‘battement’ of the drum, or a ‘mesure’ of the chanson. Shakespeare and Music Edward W. Naylor noun (ballet) extension of one leg […]
to thrive by feeding; grow fat. to feed gluttonously or greedily; glut oneself. to thrive, prosper, or live in luxury, especially at the expense of others: robber barons who battened on the poor. to cause to thrive by or as if by feeding; fatten. a small board or strip of wood used for various building […]
a small board or strip of wood used for various building purposes, as to cover joints between boards, reinforce certain doors, or supply a foundation for lathing. a transverse iron or steel strip supporting the flooring strips of a metal fire escape. Nautical. a thin strip of wood inserted in a sail to keep it […]
to bring forth (young) from the egg. to cause young to emerge from (the egg) as by brooding or incubating. to bring forth or produce; devise; create; contrive; concoct: to hatch a scheme. to be hatched. to brood. the act of hatching. something that is hatched, as a brood. Nautical. Also called hatchway. an opening, […]