What does bask mean?

bask in AZ Dictionary

(v) to reveal yourself to pleasant heat.
(v) To take great pleasure or satisfaction: "an opportunity to bask in the genteel applause of the faithful” ( Paul A. Witteman).
(v) To rest in warmth; become exposed to genial heat.
(v) To just take great pleasure or satisfaction; to feel warmth or delight. (This verb is generally accompanied by "in").
(v) derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take delight in
(v) be revealed
(v) To heat by continued contact with temperature; to warm up with genial temperature.
To bathe, particularly in heated water (and hence in blood, etc.).
To lie in or perhaps exposed to a pleasant heat; luxuriate in genial heat or rays of something: as, to bask in sunshine.
Figuratively, become at ease and thriving under harmless or gratifying influences: since, to bask into the benefit of a king or of your respective lady-love.
(n) Emitted heat; a genial radiation or suffusion.

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  • Verb Forms for "bask"
    • basked, basking, basks
  • Phrases for "bask"
    • bask in, bask in, bask region, bask region, of bask
  • Rhyme for "bask"
    • Ask, Basque, Pasch, Rask, cask
  • Hyponym for "bask"
    • feast one's eyes, devour
  • Hypernym for "bask"
    • lie
  • Etymologically Related for "bask"
    • abask
  • Form for "bask"
    • basked, basking
  • Same Context for "bask"
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