Batten-Mayou disease Bat·ten-May·ou disease (bāt’n-mā’ōō)
See Spielmeyer-Vogt disease.
n. type of cake, 1903, from name of a town in Germany, the seat of a family which became known in Britain as Mountbatten. Historical Examples Among them were two brothers, of the name of battenberg; they were of a noble family, and prominent members of the league. History of the Reign of Philip the […]
noun an oblong sponge cake divided longitudinally into four square sections, two coloured pink and two yellow, with an outer coating of marzipan Historical Examples This design may be made up in battenburg braid, or of point or Honiton braid according to the texture of the lace desired. The Art of Modern Lace Making The […]
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 […]
to beat persistently or hard; pound repeatedly. to damage by beating or hard usage: Rough roads had battered the car. High winds were battering the coast. to deal heavy, repeated blows; pound steadily: continuing to batter at the front door. Printing. a damaged area on the face of type or plate. the resulting defect in […]