I don't display camels myself, I am above them: I am a more solid man; but these camels have basked
in the light of my countenance, and how dare you, sir, insinuate to me that I have irradiated any but unimpeachable camels?
Many a young partridge who strutted complacently among the stubble, with all the finicking coxcombry of youth, and many an older one who watched his levity out of his little round eye, with the contemptuous air of a bird of wisdom and experience, alike unconscious of their approaching doom, basked
in the fresh morning air with lively and blithesome feelings, and a few hours afterwards were laid low upon the earth.
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.
The sunniest July on record was 1911, when Britain basked
in a glorious 383 hours of rays.
We observed all four species basking, but snapping turtles basked
The thermometer topped 25C yesterday as the region basked
in hot and humid temperatures.
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 1976, the hottest summer, the country basked
in 15 consecutive days at 32C (90F) and above.
As much of the country basked
in more sunshine yesterday,meteorologists predicted even higher temperatures for the weekend.
I admit, I have basked
before and I will probably bask again.
Sun worshippers across much of the country, who have basked
in temperatures in the 80s for the past five days, were begrudgingly welcoming back more average British summertime weather.
Scots slapped on the sun lotion and basked
in the first hot spell of the year yesterday.
in a record-breaking 14C barbecue Christmas yesterday - the warmest ever on record.