Synonyms for Batter:

n.

mistreat, hit out, oppress, do someone wrong, trample, abuse, shove around, player, grind down, reject. catcher, dough, mixture, ball game, concoction, bush-league, the Golden Glove Awards, the American League, paste, preparation, the Cy Young Award, starter, All-Star game, mush, designated hitter, mix, recipe. egg white, bicarbonate of soda, cream of tartar, BICARB, gelatin, thresh, oil, smash, pummel, lambaste, glaze, baking powder. stun, beat up, smack, punch. batter (noun)
hitter, batsman, baste, knock about, slugger, buffet, clobber, dinge.
combination (noun)
mixture.
mixture before baking (noun)
mix, preparation, recipe, paste, dough, mush, concoction.

v.

attack (verb)
fight, pound, harry, strike, scorch, flay, invade, charge, storm, riot, scarify, bombard, savage, trounce, lash, assault, attack, violate, barrage, scathe, assail, hammer, slash, raid, lunge, combat, thrust.
contact (verb)
buffet, knock about.
strike and damage (verb)
clobber, pound, lambaste, smash, maul, assault, pummel, lash, buffet, mangle.

Other synonyms:

cream of tartar, bicarbonate of soda, designated hitter, All-Star game, the American League, mixture, gelatin, ball game, catcher, baking powder, egg white, bush-league, dough, the Golden Glove Awards, BICARB, the Cy Young Award. maul, glaze, stun, lambaste, pummel, mangle. punch, beat up. thresh. oil, bang, smash. smack. mix. knock. HIT. maul
knock about.
thresh
thresh.
Other relevant words:
egg white, hitter, dough, glaze, concoction, mixture, knock, lambaste, dinge, trample, mistreat, pummel, oil, recipe, paste, catcher, preparation, oppress, buffet, BICARB, smash, slugger, rough up, stun, baste, punch, clobber, reject, gelatin, mangle, smack, player, batsman, maul, bang, designated hitter, mush, abuse, knock about, mix, starter, thresh.

Usage examples for batter

  1. One small piece of cannon would be enough to batter down every one of these Saharan- fortified towns. – Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846 by James Richardson
  2. She first poured the batter on the griddle in just the right quantity, and then skillfully tossed it high in air as she turned it, so that it would land in just the right place on the pan and finish to just the right shade of brown. – Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer by Rena I. Halsey
  3. I thought perhaps I could batter down the doors of the Princess's tower with them. – Oswald Bastable and Others by Edith Nesbit