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basted

(ˈbestəd)
1. mod. beaten; harmed. The team got basted three games in a row.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I got so basted I vowed never to touch another drop.
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Sainsbury's butter basted turkey joint 500g, reduced from pounds 3.
If your quilt is larger than the table, you can gently move it after you have basted part of it.
On shelf right now are three varieties of basted whole chicken: Texan smoked, garlic and herb and lightly seasoned.
Stitch from the zipper upper edge to the basted seamline end, and then pivot and stitch over to the seam line.
Lay a piece of dark green fabric over the basted light green fabric.
Antelope Valley residents basted turkeys, ate turkey, dished up food for less fortunate citizens, watched parades, watched football games - and gave thanks.
Wright's recipes generally are fairly simple, creating fanciful dishes with just a few ingredients: Tuscan-style Spit-Roasted Pork Loin With Rosemary; Veal Rolls With Mozzarella and Prosciutto; Skewers of Sausage, Orange and Bay Leaf; and the Devil's Chicken, basted with olive oil and seasoned with cayenne pepper.
The promotion features many of Tony Roma's signature items basted with the new Zero Net Carb BBQ sauce and served with a low-carb house salad and side of fresh steamed broccoli.
Applebee's latest promotion features a full slab of baby back ribs, rubbed with a blend of secret barbecue seasonings and basted in Applebee's Honey Barbecue Sauce.
Lisa placed her raw-edge applique shapes on the layered and basted background and machine quilted them in place before quilting the background.
El Pollo Loco's Chile Lime Chicken is basted with a tangy sauce prepared with red chilies and fresh limes.