I was barely out of the bassinet when the country last experienced a recession.
If you keep the bassinet, you must let us have the perambulator—the child's bedding and half its clothes are in it.
The bassinet on the figure to the right is particularly noteworthy.
And now, as I brace my bassinet, may God grant us all a glorious victory, or a glorious grave!
This completes one diamond, which for a bassinet quilt will be large enough.
Italian he might be were his bassinet more sloped, but I will swear that those plates were welded betwixt this and Rhine.
Aubrey said you would probably want to put it into a bassinet!
The bassinet, however, serves one useful purpose, it saves the expense of a cradle.
I have not the smallest desire, Ronald, to put your 'cello into a bassinet!
The babe practically unwashed, the house becomes grimy, and the bed and bassinet nasty.
"wicker cradle," 1854, from French bassinet "a little basin," diminutive of bassin (see basin), or, as per Klein, the English word is from French bercelonette, double diminutive of berceau "cradle," altered by bassin "basin." Middle English had bacinet "hemispherical helmet" (c.1300).