3. (honkbal - vrouw) batteur (m)
4. (sport - man) batteur (m)
During the days of the 3rd and 4th of November, a sort of tempest arose. The squall battered the sea with fury.
A kind of halfway house-she kept explaining that it was a house’ not a shelter-for battered women.
Above the pulpit hung a battered Christmas bell, the accordion sort that collapses.
Ahead of them, near a sign markedMILLION DOLLAR CAMPGROUND , a battered blue minivan swung out onto the road.
Behind him, the Elven army, battered and worn, surged to its collective feet and followed in his wake.
Bending down and examining her again more closely, he saw clearly that the skull was broken and even battered in on one side.
Bruenor stalked forward and began battering it once more.
Beyond them, the squalls continued to batter each other back and forth.
Great battering-rams are dashed against its formidable surface.
He didn’t slow, he didn’t breathe, he simply battered away with abandon.