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basket British & World English

A container used to hold or carry things, typically made from interwoven strips of cane or wire

basket English Thesaurus

a basket of flowers

basket case British & World English

A person or thing regarded as useless or unable to cope

basket hilt British & World English

A sword hilt with a guard resembling basketwork

basket star British & World English

A brittlestar having branched arms

work basket British & World English

A basket (or bag) used for storing sewing materials

Basket Maker British & World English

A member of a culture of the south-western US, forming the early stages of the Anasazi culture, from the 1st century bc until circa 700 ad. The name comes from the basketry and other woven fragments found in early cave sites

basket weave British & World English

A style of weave or a pattern resembling basketwork

linen basket British & World English

A receptacle with a lid, for holding soiled clothing

market basket British & World English

A large basket, typically one with a lid, used to carry provisions

Moses basket British & World English

A carrycot or small portable cot made of wickerwork

pollen basket British & World English

A flattened area fringed with hairs on the hind leg of a social bee, used for carrying pollen

Basket Maker New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

member of an ancient culture of the south-western US

basket-weaving British & World English

The art or activity of creating woven baskets

hanging basket British & World English

A basket or similar container which can be suspended from a building by a small rope or chain and in which decorative flowering plants are grown

shopping basket British & World English

A basket used for carrying purchases home or before paying for them in a shop

basket-of-gold British & World English

A cultivated evergreen alyssum, with gray-green leaves and numerous small yellow flowers

wastepaper basket British & World English

A receptacle for small quantities of rubbish

Venus's flower basket British & World English

A slender upright glass sponge with a filmy lattice-like skeleton

don't put all your eggs in one basket British & World English

Don’t risk everything on the success of one venture

basketmaker British & World English

A person who makes baskets

basketwork British & World English

Material woven in the style of a basket

breadbasket British & World English

A part of a region that produces cereals for the rest of it

trug British & World English

A shallow oblong basket made of strips of wood, traditionally used for carrying garden flowers and produce

trug basket in trug British & World English

A shallow oblong basket made of strips of wood, traditionally used for carrying garden flowers and produce

wastebasket British & World English

A waste-paper basket

shopping basket in basket British & World English

A facility on a website that records items selected by a customer for purchase until the transaction is completed

underwater basket-weaving in basket-weaving British & World English

Used as the type of college course that is thought to be without any practical or professional value

don't put all your eggs in one basket in egg1 British & World English

Don’t risk everything on the success of one venture