To steep in bate as hides in the manufacture of leather-based
- An alkaline answer composed of the dung of specific creatures used in the planning of hides grainer
- See 2d Bath
- To flutter as a hawk to bait
- imp of Bite
- To strike to bait
- To remit or retrench part with of
- to reduce by retrenching deducting or decreasing to abate to conquer right down to lower
- Strife contention
- moderate or restrain; lessen the power of
- flap the wings wildly or frantically; utilized of falcons
- soak in a special solution to soften and remove chemicals used in previous treatments
- Strife; assertion.
- to minimize by retrenching, deducting, or reducing; to abate; to beat down; to lessen.
- allowing by way of abatement or deduction.
- To leave out; to except.
- to get rid of.
- To deprive of.
- To remit or retrench part; -- with of.
- To waste away.
- To strike; to bait.
- imp. of chew.
- To flutter as a hawk; to bait.
- See 2d shower.
- An alkaline option consisting of the dung of certain creatures; -- employed in the planning of hides; grainer.
- To steep in bate, as hides, in manufacture of fabric.
"to cut back, to reduce in strength," c.1300, reducing of abate (q.v.). Today just in expression bated breath, that has been used by Shakespeare in "The vendor of Venice" (1596).
- c.1300, "to cope with hits or arguments," from Old French batre "to hit, beat, strike," from belated Latin battere, from Latin batuere "to beat, knock" (see batter (v.)). In falconry, "to beat the wings impatiently and flutter from the perch." Figurative feeling of "to flutter downward" attested from 1580s.
(letter.) Strife; assertion.
- (v. t.) To reduce by retrenching, deducting, or lowering; to abate; to conquer down; to reduce.
- (v. t.) To permit by means of abatement or deduction.
- (v. t.) To go out of out; to except.
- (v. t.) To get rid of.
- (v. t.) To deprive of.
- (v. i.) To remit or retrench a part; -- with of.
- (v. i.) To waste away.
- (v. t.) To strike; to bait.
- imp. of Bite.
- (v. i.) To flutter as a hawk; to bait.
- (letter.) An alkaline option comprising the dung of certain animals; -- utilized in the preparation of hides; grainer.
- (v. t.) To steep in bate, as hides, in the make of leather-based.
Then Goodsir, Kroyer, Lilljeborg, Spence Bate and one or two others made considerable advances, and in 1865 a memorable paper by G.