Make a batch of these rum balls, climb into a onesie, and let your favorite movie do the rest.
Gaziantep is famous for its baklava and this batch of twenty was expensive.
And some nights, when the people from down on the river came up, we'd make a batch of money.
Rather, they sent a batch to the manager of each bureau, who doled them out to whomever they wanted.
The first batch of emails came on Monday—and all were about money, presented without context.
He had been over to the Court-house, he said, helping the deputy along with a new "batch of moonshiners."
Mr. Snyder and Mr. Pettit used to batch it in a cabin in Glencoe before our marriage.
Except a batch of three Shangaans returning from the Rand, I had nobody in the store for the whole of one day.
On Burleigh's desk was a batch of telegrams from Department Headquarters.
For this purpose I took a batch of six radishes and obtained from them responses at gradually increasing temperatures.
Old English *bæcce "something baked," from bacan "bake" (see bake (v.)). Batch is to bake as watch (n.) is to wake and match (n.2) "one of a pair" is to make. Extended 1713 to "any quantity produced at one operation."
A bachelor (1850s+)
(also bach it) Of a man, to live alone (1860s+)