Definition of baste:
set up, pummel, bat, basting, append, dinge, flip-flop, batter, thresh, beat, tack together, cook, tack, grease, drip, knock about, flip, tack on, assemble, attack, belabor, hammer, smash, drub, season, lick, buffet, alternate, strike, moisten, tag on, tacking, pound, lambaste, club, lard, wear round, cream, catch, assault, trounce, piece, hang on, basting stitch, interchange, assail, rain blows on, put together, switch, thrash, clobber.
- fasten (part of speech: verb)
- sew (part of speech: verb)
- "They of the High Trails", Hamlin Garland.
The Bottoms are also bak'd in Pies, with Marrow, Dates, and other rich Ingredients: In Italy they sometimes broil them, and as the Scaly Leaves open, baste them with fresh and sweet Oyl; but with Care extraordinary, for if a drop fall upon the Coals, all is marr'd; that hazard escap'd, they eat them with the Juice of Orange and Sugar.- "Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets", John Evelyn.
- "Hudson Bay", R.M. Ballantyne.