"Don't let him talk so much," said Basset, in a whisper, to the doctor.
"There are many of your opinion on that head," said Basset, with a savage grin.
“I would it were,” said Basset, folding his arms beneath his head.
“And ours were uncommon men—there is all the difference,” retorted Basset.
O Mistress Basset, could you not compass the same for Blanche?
A few yards, perhaps,” surmised Basset, “but not so far as the wharf.
A Basset, is one of those Hounds, incapable of having a 'wicked eye.'
The American beagle has a brother in France, called the Basset.
The emergence of strata at the surface is called by miners their outcrop or basset.
Impetuous youth, play not with him at billiards, basset, or gleek.