Definition of Basqued

1. furnished with a basque [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Basqued

basophilia
basophilias
basophilic
basophilic degeneration
basophilic leukaemia
basophilic leukocyte
basophilic leukocytosis
basophilic leukopenia
basophilic substance
basophilism
basophilocyte
basophils
basoplasm
basosquamous carcinoma
basotemporal
basqued (current term)
basques
basquine
basquines

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 ..."

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