Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of basque.

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Examples

  • On the classically shaped head she wore a diamond crown or diadem, round her waist a row of magnificent diamonds to correspond, and the same as trimming round the "basques" of her gown.

    The Letters of Queen Victoria, Vol 2 (of 3), 1844-1853 A Selection from her Majesty's correspondence between the years 1837 and 1861

  • "What kind of basques are they wearing this summer, Judy?" inquired Mrs. Yellett, regarding her guest’s trim shirt-waist judicially.

    Judith of the Plains

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and one of the following expressions: "être toujours aux basques de quelqu'un" and "être pendu à ses basques" = to be hanging on someone's apron strings, i.e. to follow someone around: Download basque. wav.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and one of the following expressions: "être toujours aux basques de quelqu'un" and "être pendu à ses basques" = to be hanging on someone's apron strings, i.e. to follow someone around: Download basque. wav.

    basque - French Word-A-Day

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and one of the following expressions: "être toujours aux basques de quelqu'un" and "être pendu à ses basques" = to be hanging on someone's apron strings, i.e. to follow someone around: Download basque. wav.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and one of the following expressions: "être toujours aux basques de quelqu'un" and "être pendu à ses basques" = to be hanging on someone's apron strings, i.e. to follow someone around: Download basque.wav .

    basque - French Word-A-Day

  • “Pêcheurs basques et indiens des côtes du Saint-Laurent au XVIe siècle: perspectives de recherches.”

    Champlain's Dream

  • “Pêcheurs basques et indiens des côtes du Saint-Laurent au XVIe siècle: perspectives de recherches.”

    Champlain's Dream

  • Europe, with its experience of the IRA, basques etc.etc. reacted with resolve. no one was willing to give in to fear and change their way of life.

    Think Progress » Bush the Diplomat: ‘For Europe, September 11 Was a Moment. For Us, it Was a Change of Thinking.’

  • Listen to my son, Max, pronounce today's word and one of the following expressions: "être toujours aux basques de quelqu'un" and "être pendu à ses basques" = to be hanging on someone's apron strings, i.e. to follow someone around: Download basque.wav .

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