Thesaurus / bask
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
He was talking on in order that he might continue to bask in the beauty of the face that looked straight at him.
GEOFFREY HAMPSTEADTHOMAS STINSON JARVIS
He, wishing doubtless to bask in it to the fullest extent, produced his book of tickets.
A VOYAGE OF CONSOLATIONSARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN
And with this she left him to bask in the hero-worship which the approaching Mrs. Cole-Mortimer would lavish upon him.
THE ANGEL OF TERROREDGAR WALLACE
It was better to bask as a Marquis in the sunshine of the south than to be cold-shouldered as a plebeian in stately Castile.
SOUTH AMERICAW. H. KOEBEL
The old soldier and pioneer loved to take the children on his knees and bask in the light of the fire.
A DAUGHTER OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
Let us now bask under the spreading trees said Bernard in a passiunate tone.
THE YOUNG VISITERS OR, MR. SALTEENA'S PLANDAISY ASHFORD
WORDS RELATED TO BASK
- blow off steam
- carry on
- cut loose
- fool around
- go on a spree
- kick over the traces
- kick up heels
- kid around
- lap up
- let go
- let loose
- live it up
- make merry
- make whoopee
- paint the town
- paint the town red
- run around
- step out
- whoop it up
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