bask in the intergenerational warmth as they rock ‘n’ twang together.
But other Zentai enthusiasts wear their suits in public and bask in the reactions of startled passers-by.
Allow yourself to bask in the glory of scored achievements, taking a breather from attacking new goals.
He'll talk up his Senate ambitions for awhile, bask in the political limelight, and then stick with his current shtick.
None of the hoopla seemed to have fazed the Iranian president, who loves to bask in controversy during his U.S. visits.
After his exertions in the rain and mud, it was delightful to bask in warmth and comfort and rest his aching limbs.
Here come the moths, in endless procession, to bask in the light of the flame.
It is a happiness and satisfaction to know you, and to bask in the atmosphere of you.
Lincoln would not allow him to bask for an instant in the sun of that revolt.
Now it is a sunbath we want rather than a cold dip,—to bask in the warmth like any cottontail.
late 14c., basken "to wallow (in blood)," with loss of middle syllable, from Old Norse baðask "to bathe oneself," reflexive of baða "bathe" (see bathe). Modern meaning "soak up a flood of warmth" is apparently due to Shakespeare's use of the word in reference to sunshine in "As You Like It" (1600). Related: Basked; basking.