basset of Drayton bore “Gold three piles (or pales) gules with a quarter ermine.”
“I would it were,” said basset, folding his arms beneath his head.
All the young men expressed their acknowledgment—Jack rather fulsomely, basset and Tremayne in a few quiet words.
“And ours were uncommon men—there is all the difference,” retorted basset.
Sometimes a member of the basset family held one or other of the three livings.
A few yards, perhaps,” surmised basset, “but not so far as the wharf.
The basset boy threw down his last half-eagle and carelessly called for the one with a blue border.
A basset, is one of those Hounds, incapable of having a 'wicked eye.'
This brings the compass of the basset horn to a range of four octaves from , actual sounds .
The emergence of strata at the surface is called by miners their outcrop or basset.