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A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, an English grammar. To this ed. are added, a history of the English language [&c.]. (1768)
by Samuel Johnson
basils. A. plant. Milkr. FI'ELDBED. / [field and bed.} A bed contrived to be set up easily in a field. Shakefp FIELDFARE./ [eelb and rarian .] A bird. Bacon. FIELDMARSHAL. / [field and marshal.) ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
hairy basil Southeast AsiaOneof the Southeast Asian basils, genus Ocimum, with lemonypepperyflavoured narrow pale leaves and red tinged seed pods, similar to the Italian ...
A Mundari-English Dictionary (1931)
by Manindra Bhusan Bhaduri
Basils. Kista — instalment. KitS— date palm. KitS-rasi— palm juice ; toddy. Kiua — chin. Ko — Khu-Kit MONDARI-EXGLISH DICTIONARY ...
by H. A. R. Gibb, E. van Donzel, P. J. Bearman, J. van Lent
There was verdure everywhere, and hyacinths, basils, roses, and tulips were blooming and were beautifully arranged so far as the human eye could reach. It seemed as if the last year's produce had in advance the current year's fruits, such as ...
British and American by Eric Partridge
' basils, 'fetters on one leg only' ...
by Walter P. Wright
wine Basils. — Flavouring Borage.— Flavouring drinks, also for bees Chamomile. — M edi cin al Chervil. — Salads, garnishing Chives. — Salads, flavouring Dill, — Flavouring Fennel. — Garnishing, sauces Horehound.— Medicinal Hyssop.
Biographical and Critical by Michael Bryan
Basils "W. Baillie H. Baldunq J. Bakbarj A. F. Baroas vss. ISB * BL ...
by Walter Page Wright
—Tea Basils.—-Flav0uring Rampion.—\Vinter salads Borage.—Flavouring drinks, also Rosemary.—Tea, oil for bees Rue—Medicinal Chamomile—Medicinal Sage.—Flavouring Chervil.—Salads, garnishing Savory.
by Percy Russell, Anita Williams
The basils most often used in the United States are sweet basil and dwarf basil. All basil varieties have a unique fragrance and taste that add zest and flavor in cooking. The word basil comes from the Greek basilikon meaning “royal" or “king.
by Arthur English
Basils. Same as EASELS. Basin. In marine insurance, a portion of the sea enclosed within rocks. Basket tenure. Same as CANESTELLUS. Basnetum. A helmet. Bassa. Low. Bassa haia. A low hedge. Bassa justitia. Low justice. In Feudal law ...
Rudimentary Dictionary of Terms Used in Architecture Civil, Architecture Naval, Building and Construction ... (1849)
by John Weale
basils, ground equally from each side Brails, in navigation, ropes by which the foot or lower corners of fore and aft sails are hauled up Brake, the apparatus used for retarding the motion of a wheel by friction upon its periphery Brake, the ...
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Scrabble value of B3A1S1I1L1S1
The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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