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For those times when you just want to sit back and bask in the highest-quality resolution and the most immersive sound, you need to pick your hardware carefully.
Spas and bathhouses were but a memory this year, but you can bask in hot hugs from the comfort of your own home.
In “The Bracebridge Dinner,” as everyone comes to the Independence Inn for an aggressively historically inaccurate “period dinner,” we get to bask in the feeling of being part of this community.
Although few things are more pleasurable than basking on granite slabs after a polar plunge in the High Sierra, the dapples on my shoulders from years of sun exposure indicate that I should do otherwise.
Five days, also, in which to bask in their own impressive achievements.
He'll talk up his Senate ambitions for awhile, bask in the political limelight, and then stick with his current shtick.Senator Geraldo Rivera? Seems Unlikely the Fox News Pundit Will Run|Howard Kurtz|February 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Even on Labor Day, while we bask in the blinding sun one last time.
None of the hoopla seemed to have fazed the Iranian president, who loves to bask in controversy during his U.S. visits.
Allow yourself to bask in the glory of scored achievements, taking a breather from attacking new goals.
He was talking on in order that he might continue to bask in the beauty of the face that looked straight at him.Geoffrey Hampstead|Thomas Stinson Jarvis
He, wishing doubtless to bask in it to the fullest extent, produced his book of tickets.A Voyage of Consolation|Sara Jeannette Duncan
And with this she left him to bask in the hero-worship which the approaching Mrs. Cole-Mortimer would lavish upon him.The Angel of Terror|Edgar Wallace
It was better to bask as a Marquis in the sunshine of the south than to be cold-shouldered as a plebeian in stately Castile.South America|W. H. Koebel
The old soldier and pioneer loved to take the children on his knees and bask in the light of the fire.A Daughter of the Middle Border|Hamlin Garland