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Warm as a Bat

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Hot as burning coal. In South Staffordshire that slaty coal which will not burn, but which lies in the fire till it becomes red-hot, is calledbat.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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War of the Meal-sacks
War of the Roses
Ward
Ward (Artemus)
Ward Money, Ward-penny, or Wardage
Warden-pie
Ware
Warlock
Warm Reception (A)
Warm as a Bat
Warming-pan (A)
Warming-pan
Warning Stone
Warp (To)
Warp and Weft, or Woof
Warrior Queen (The)
Warwick
Warwick Lane (City)
Warwolf
Washed Out (I am thoroughly)