There was an exciting time when one of the chickens escaped from a market-basket and had to be chased all over the carriage.
Now came Temperance with her market-basket, and she had to be told.
The Colonel went himself to the door and brought in a market-basket that stood in the porch.
They bombarded the three with stones and dirt; a woman threw an egg, another hurled her market-basket with uncertain aim.
A battered straw hat, drawn well over his eyes, a large apron, and a market-basket completed the transformation.
Without her market-basket, which is a sort of wicker well with two flapping lids, she never stirs abroad.
One morning Ned was missing, but the market-basket came off, piled up as usual with luxuries for dinner.
In a moment she was back, and the two walked on, Flora insisting on helping Ruth with her market-basket.
I ought in conscience to have had a separate dish for the potatoes, but my market-basket was resolved not to take it.
No customer left her stand without adding something to the weight of his or her market-basket.