The sun got round behind the wood, and it was quite late in the afternoon; but still the cat sat upon the basket
Wal, but, Mas'r, Tom and Misse Cassy, and dey among 'em, filled Lucy's basket
I remember that I laid down the basket
full of diamonds, wishing to be rid of its weight, but on second thoughts took it up again.
Grimaud put his basket
on the ground and sat down with a shake of the head.
We sat on the ferny bank of the pool and ate of the generous basket
Aunt Janet had provided, with appetites sharpened by the keen spring air and our wilderness rovings.
She bade me follow her to various shops, and when my basket
was quite full we returned to this house, when you had the goodness to permit me to remain, for which I shall be eternally grateful.
Lucy directly drew her work table near her and reseated herself with an alacrity and cheerfulness which seemed to infer that she could taste no greater delight than in making a filigree basket
for a spoilt child.
cried I; for the black neck of a bottle had popped out of the basket
After some search the woman drew from her basket
an old pepper-box, upon the faded label of which the wizard had written with a lead-pencil:
Gentle Cecilia, sitting on the floor surrounded by good things, left it to the ingenuity of others to decide whether the baskets
should be all emptied at once, or handed round
This done, she swept up such fragments of the torn paper in the basket
as had fallen on the floor; threw them back again into the basket
, along with the gum-bottle; fetched the bucket, and emptied the basket
into it; and then proceeded to the fourth and last room in the corridor, where she finished her work for that day.
The baby in the cradle woke up and cried; the boy in the clothes-basket
fell over on his back with the basket
upon him, and was seen no more; the mother wept louder yet and rocked faster; but Kit, insensible to all the din and tumult, remained in a state of utter stupefaction.