Definition of Bastes:
moisten during cooking
Opposite/Antonyms of Bastes:
Sentence/Example of Bastes:
Place them in front of a clear fire, baste constantly, and serve with slices of lemon round the dish.
Sure and the artful baste who made it little thought he was going to find us as purty a hiding-place as was ever made.
Mike, poor man, regretted very much that he had no gun, as he might perhaps shoot “the baste.”
"Here, baste these fowls," cried the cook, handing a long-handled spoon to one of the scullions.
Of course, pork tenderloins will be pretty sure to yield drippings enough to baste with.
Make basting mixture with ½ cup each of butter and water; keep hot and baste every 10 or 15 minutes.
Brown the chicken well, dredge it with flour and baste it every fifteen minutes with drippings from the pan until tender.
Add water as the water in the pan evaporates, and baste the heart frequently.
During the baking, baste frequently with hot water to which a little butter has been added.
Bake 12 minutes for each pound and baste frequently while baking.