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Synonyms for baste

Synonyms for baste

a loose temporary sewing stitch to hold layers of fabric together

cover with liquid before cooking

strike violently and repeatedly

sew together loosely, with large stitches


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Bishop Bastes is vice-chairman of the inter-denominational Philippine Bible Society, which recently produced an electronic version of the Bible, in a number of language (Zenit, Sept.
Bastes said it wants the church to divest its pension funds from Talisman, valued at about $2.
Rubs, marinades, bastes, mop sauces and barbecue sauces boost flavor, and there are three ways to do it - prior (rub, marinade), during (mop, baste or butter) or after grilling (barbecue sauce, salsa, chutney, etc.
Featured speakers will be Michael Albosta, business development manager-Emerging Technology Division, ConocoPhillips; Tom Bastes, managing director of Lime Rock Partners; and Dan Gleitman, director of technology ventures and licensing, Halliburton Energy Services Group.
Bible - Sauces, Rubs and Marinades - Bastes, Butters & Glazes'' (Workman Publishing).
a producer of teriyaki sauces, bastes and glaze, ships wholesale to restaurants, hotels, caterers and grocery stores.