- n a loose temporary sewing stitch to hold layers of fabric together
- v cover with liquid before cooking
baste a roast
- v strike violently and repeatedly
- v sew together loosely, with large stitches
baste a hem
- Settlers fleeing the privations of the Old World landed in the new one and found themselves on a fat, juicy center cut of continent, big enough to baste its coasts in two different .
- In the Pascal mansion just before Thanksgiving dinner, Mother (Genevieve Bujold) says, "I'm going to go baste the turkey and hide the kitchen knives.
- In Washington last week some 300 diners had come not to honor but to baste him.
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- ‘Poor man’s butter’ belabors its name
Guacamole is a good dip but an even better sauce or salad dressing. For something different on Labor Day, try it as a sauce on grilled pork tenderloin, basted with your favorite barbecue concoction.
Aug. 28, 2013 - Peoria Journal Star
- Sandy Alderson in ESPN
It appeared to be of the size of something you would use to baste a turkey and not a syringe per se,Padres chief executive officer Sandy Alderson said.