[ UK /bˈɑːst/ ]
[ US /ˈbæst/ ]
  1. (botany) tissue that conducts synthesized food substances (e.g., from leaves) to parts where needed; consists primarily of sieve tubes
  2. strong woody fibers obtained especially from the phloem of from various plants
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How To Use bast In A Sentence

  • Rules exist to be violated, so that the ‘bastard’ may be more violently characterized and the audience engaged in revengeful fury.
  • Certainly both the music and these performances have real rhythmic life and a good deal of energy, even if some passages are over-scored and tip over into brassy bombast.
  • * A few of the women flipped through photos of Manou's bastide, * observing its before and after transformation. French Word-A-Day:
  • After the seacock or gate valve is closed, remove the hose temporarily so that it drains and then use an absorbent cloth or turkey baster to eliminate any residual water in the nipple.
  • His Eminence Don Pelasio de Labastida, an eighteenth century bishop of Mexico City set a scandalous example of such indulgence in earthly pleasures. To the charreada with stars in her eyes
  • If you want my opinion, it's a bastard of a game - swift, bold and beautiful.
  • “Salam Alaikum bema sebastem,” answered the Fakir; The Surgeon's Daughter
  • Foord reported that bastnasite has been found pseudomorphing allanite.
  • Sebastian explains that the company is working to rebroadcast its signal terrestrially, so that it can be received by less expensive mobile receivers.
  • He's gone straight to the top, the lucky bastard.
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