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Definition of Basket fish
Basket fishBasket Bas"ket, n. [Of unknown origin. The modern Celtic words
seem to be from the English.]
1. A vessel made of osiers or other twigs, cane, rushes,
splints, or other flexible material, interwoven. ``Rude
baskets . . . woven of the flexile willow.' --Dyer.
2. The contents of a basket; as much as a basket contains;
as, a basket of peaches.
3. (Arch.) The bell or vase of the Corinthian capital.
[Improperly so used.] --Gwilt.
4. The two back seats facing one another on the outside of a
stagecoach. [Eng.] --Goldsmith.
Basket fish (Zo["o]l.), an ophiuran of the genus
Astrophyton, having the arms much branched. See
Basket hilt, a hilt with a covering wrought like basketwork
to protect the hand. --Hudibras. Hence,
Basket work, work consisting of plaited osiers or twigs.
Basket worm (Zo["o]l.), a lepidopterous insect of the genus
Thyridopteryx and allied genera, esp. T.
ephemer[ae]formis. The larva makes and carries about a
bag or basket-like case of silk and twigs, which it
afterwards hangs up to shelter the pupa and wingless adult
Meaning of Basket fish from wikipedia
- grains, tossing gambling
pieces, rattles, fans, fish
traps, and laundry. Prior
to the invention
of woven baskets
used tree bark to make simple
stars, sometimes referred
to as a "Shetland Argus", are a taxon
stars. They are treated
as a suborder Euryalina
- Dome Middens archaeological
site. In Chile, mainly
in Chiloé, fish weirs
and basket fish traps
were used. Indigenous Australians
- A creel
is a wicker basket usually
used for carrying fish
of peat. It is also the cage used to catch lobsters
crustaceans. In modern...
- A fishing basket
is a basket
used for fishing. The ancient Egyptians
used weir baskets
made from willow branches
the Nile river. The use of fishing...
- A seafood basket
, also known
as the fisherman's basket
, is a fried
dish usually consisting
of fried seafood including fish
- example, the baskets
used for collecting
the food that remained
'κόφινοι' (hand baskets
) in Mark 6:43 but seven
'σπυρίδες' (large baskets
) in Mark...
a fish basket
. This imagery
is sometimes considered
to have a ****ual connotation. Mongolian bamboo fish basket
a calcified branchial basket
with hypocercal tails
that lived during
the Late Devonian...
- kept in a wire basket
, are lowered
in. The fish
are then placed
9–10 minutes, when the fish
are cooked, the...
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