Definition of Basser

1. bass [adj] - See also: bass



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Basser

bass part
bass staff
bass staffs
bass trap
bass trombone
bass viol
bass viols
bass voice
bassa
bassackward
bassackwards
bassanite
bassarisk
basse
bassed
basser (current term)
basses
bassest
basset
basset horn
basset hound
basset hounds
basset oboe
basseted
basseting
bassetings
bassetite
bassets
bassett
bassetted

Literary usage of Basser

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"basser (1908); VINCENT, Canaan (Paris, 1907). II. THE JEWISH PRIESTHOOD.—In the age of the Patriarchs the offering of sacrifices was the function of the ..."

2. The Bookman (1905)
"... Tulle le Opere di Dante (the "Oxford Dante," or "Oxford Text," 1897), A. basser- mann's Dante's Spuren in Italien (1897), Franz Xaver Kraus's Dante, ..."

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