But he will return some day to bask in the countenance of Muene-Motapa.
After our long and restless journey, we bask in thy serene light.
It is a happiness and satisfaction to know you, and to bask in the atmosphere of you.
See the very bees and gnats, how they dance and bask in the sunbeams!
We bask in its sunshine, growing strong and happy as we read.
Here come the moths, in endless procession, to bask in the light of the flame.
They are now feeding, and love to come out of the water to bask at noon in the sun.
Lincoln would not allow him to bask for an instant in the sun of that revolt.
Here was a wide beach, sunlit and ample, whereon to bask at leisure.
When she came to the room where she had left him she found no chance to “bask.”