King James Dictionary
1. A domestic vessel made of twigs, rushes,splinters or other 52
flexible things interwoven. The forms and sizes of baskets are very various, as well as the uses to which they are applied as corn-baskets, clothes-baskets, fruit-baskets, and work-baskets.
2. The contents of a basket as much as a basket will contain as, a basket of medlars is two bushels. But in general, this quantity is indefinite.
In military affairs, baskets of earth sometimes are used on the parapet of a trench, between which the soldiers fire. They serve for defense against small shot.
B'ASKET, To put in a basket.
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