based[ beys ]SEE DEFINITION OF based
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I freely say that the tendency of my thought, based on observation, is to conservatism.
If no one was there, he had a lesson to impart, based on the silence and the darkness.
The proportions of these must be based upon the load to be carried.
It is based on female responsibility, which is somewhat limited.
The property on which the receiver was based had been observed and applied by him some time before.
These cures are based on the ignorance of the medical profession.
If ever an understanding should be arrived at, it must be based on the gift of a strip of territory.
The notion that such a force does exist, is based on no evidence; it is a mere postulate.
True hope is based on it,—and it is hope that gives the real perfume to life.
And first we must inquire on what grounds this opinion is based.