[ US /ˈbeɪsmənt/ ]
[ UK /bˈe‍ɪsmənt/ ]
  1. the ground floor facade or interior in Renaissance architecture
  2. the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage
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How To Use basement In A Sentence

  • J.C. nodded and I followed him down into the dark dankness of Zacharis' unfinished basement. The Dog Catcher
  • Anybody can be anybody they want when they are sitting in mommies basement with nothing to do but get online and call people dumbasses. Is “The Fourth Kind” real or fake? Secrets revealed » Scene-Stealers
  • First, that the agent of abasement shifts from George the indigene sovereign to the "Sons of Belial. The State of Things: Olaudah Equiano and the Volatile Politics of Heterocosmic Desire
  • But come Saturday night, they gather in Johannesburg basements, decked out to the nines and stylishly vogue like New York fashionistas.
  • The result was a lengthy and noisy competition in self-abasement and mutual re-assurance.
  • It is not so much an abasement of self as an acknowledgment that one's own way may not be the only or even the best way.
  • It consisted of three stories and a large basement which contained servants quarters, pantries, laundry, cellars etc.
  • The alternative for me is to say that each time the market drops and throws up some of these bargain basement ideas, I'll deploy some capital as long as I have some capital left.
  • The basement has been made over into a workshop.
  • The Malleswaram market in the new parking complex plan has a basement, ground floor, mezzanine, three floors and a terrace across 70,000 sq ft, as does the Seshadripuram market.
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