battiness


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bat·ty

 (băt′ē)
adj. bat·ti·er, bat·ti·est Informal
Mentally deranged; crazy.

[From bats in the belfry.]

bat′ti·ness n.

battiness

(ˈbætɪnəs)
n
the characteristic of being batty; craziness; insanity; eccentricity
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