Definition of batwing
: shaped like the wing or wings of a bat <the batwing doors of a saloon> <a batwing collar>: such as a of a necktie : worn in a bowknot and having ends of equal length <a black batwing tie for evening wear> b of a sleeve : made with a deep armhole <the batwing sleeves of a knitted blouse> c of chaps : having wide flared sides and snap or buckle fastenings <he picked up the scarred batwing chaps — W. V. T. Clark>
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Origin and Etymology of batwing
3bat + wing
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