A large glass or plastic bottle, usually encased in a protective basket or crate and often used to hold corrosive liquids
He gathered here and there an herb, or grubbed up a root, and put it into the basket on his ARM.
I realized I needed another hand! I held my bouquet in one hand, Cognac on his leASh in the other, but I needed to hold the bASket AS well.
So you need, AS the farmer, to put the oyster bASket into good water, and that is virtually unobtainable in an industrialised country like Japan
The earliest pictorial example is a 2nd-century Roman mosaic from the villa of Hadrian AT Tivoli depicting a basket of cut flowers.
Mary bought a lovely straw basket AT the market.
Cesta:a scoop-shaped wicker basket that is worn over the hand and used to catch and throw the ball in jai Alai.
He drank a cup of tea, put on his Boots, overcoat and hat and taking his basket went out of the house.
She picked it out of the basket with such care a Brown one, a beautifully shaped one, the one he would have chosen
Launders,27,said she has spent most of the year"like a basket CASE"despite seeing a therapist once a week.