They loaded their spits, therefore, and crammed their camp kettle with meat, and while the wind whistled, and the snow whirled around them, huddled round a rousing fire, basked in its warmth, and comforted both soul and body with a hearty and invigorating meal.
At one time they were upon high plains, like platforms among the mountains, with herds of buffaloes roaming about them; at another among rude rocky defiles, broken into cliffs and precipices, where the blacktailed deer bounded off among the crags, and the bighorn basked in the sunny brow of the precipice.
During that memorable month I basked in
the happiness of being for once in my life drifting with the tide of a great popular movement.
He lay and basked in
the occasional stares of his comrades.
THE region basked in
sunshine on the first day of the Easter weekend yesterday.
BOOK lovers basked in
the sunshine at the Hay Festival as Wales enjoyed a warm start to the Bank Holiday weekend.
BRITAIN put parts of the Mediterranean in the shade yesterday as we basked in
the hottest day of the year.
The thermometer topped 25C yesterday as the region basked in
hot and humid temperatures.
The man who has basked in
a good three years of positive media exposure, during which he was praised to the hilt, has begun throwing his toys out of the pram now that those naughty journalists are not saying nice things about him any more.
Alonzo Babers basked in
the world spotlight as a two-time track and field Olympic gold medal winner.
The Wind is a very, very good record, one that Zevon would indeed have basked in
Scots slapped on the sun lotion and basked in the first hot spell of the year yesterday.
In Scotland yesterday windy Edinburgh basked in the best of the heatwave at 21C, or 70F.
and the weather wasn't bad either yesterday as Scots basked in
a record-breaking heatwave.
AS Britain basked in
the hottest day of the year yesterday this sunlover on Brighton beach was in the pink - though he might regret it later.