base[ beys ]SEE DEFINITION OF base
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BASE
A stream of water, pure as crystal, flowed along the path, from the summit to the base.
It comes out of a subconsciousness in which death and not life is the base.
Manifestly, Shakespeare is thinking of Herbert and his base betrayal.
The man was placed horizontally on a base board beneath the spar.
The bearers of this base proposal were admitted to the palace.
Well, that I could have pardoned, if she had not been so base as to go over to Mrs. Luttridge.
Edison was acquainted with two experimental facts on which to base the invention.
I remembered no more, till I found myself in the base hospital.
We may know that it's a base pretension by its having that effect.
He knew that Hamish had not erred from any base self-gratification, but from love.