Meaning of battiness in English:

battiness

noun

informal British

See batty

‘This particular newspaper - for argument's sake, let's call it the Daily Express - often contains views of extreme toxicity and general battiness.’
  • ‘The dozen books of Rumpole short stories endure as a gorgeous chronicle of English class battiness and the absurdities of the law.’
  • ‘She is an eccentric in the fashion of a good many English women who have taken to the East, i.e. a mixture of battiness and extreme practicality.’
  • ‘Later, as she declined into alcoholism, old age, and general battiness, her genius itself rusted over.’
  • ‘The essential battiness of this notion seems to have escaped PI.’