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Definitions of base:

part of speech: verb transitive

To found or place on a base:- pr. p. basing; pa. p. based.

part of speech: adjective

Mean; worthless; of low station; deep; grave.

part of speech: noun

The bottom; the foundation; the foot; the support; the principal ingredient in a compound body; the low or grave parts in music.

part of speech: verb transitive

To lay a foundation for; establish.

part of speech: verb

To found or establish on a base.

part of speech: adjective

Worthless; inferior; spurious or false; of mean spirit; morally abject or low; deep or grave in sound; commonly, bass.

part of speech: adjective

Low in place, value, estimation, or principle: mean: vile: worthless: ( New Test.) humble, lowly.

part of speech: adverb

Basely.

part of speech: noun

A skirt which hung down from the waist to the knees of a knight when on horseback.

part of speech: noun

That on which a thing rests: foot: bottom: foundation: support: the chief ingredient.

part of speech: noun

The part of a thing on which it rests; a foundation or ground work; that which combines with an acid to form a salt; a fortified line from which the operations of an army proceed; a starting place; in some games, a station or goal.

part of speech: noun

BASENESS.

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