Lexicographical Neighbors of Basqued
Literary usage of Basqued
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Assayer's Guide: Or, Practical Directions to Assayers, Miners and by Oscar Montgomery Lieber (1899)
"The basqued crucibles are prepared as follows: The charcoal powder is mixed with just sufficient gum-water or molasses to make it cohere readily. ..."
2. Emma Lady Hamilton from New and Original Sources and Documents: Together by Walter Sydney Sichel (1907)
"I served my country, and many basqued [sic] in my sunshine. But my only ambition now is that I shall fulfill Nelson's last request, take care of his Horatia ..."
3. Tales of the Woods and Fields by Anne Marsh-Caldwell (1836)
"... and pas de basqued, like the best; and as for Pierre himself, I wish you could have seen him; you would have been ashamed of your own performances It ..."