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His profile stated: "My wife bores me and I'm on the prowl for a hunter like me to explore the basest depths of my primordial lust.
WHEN I bestride him, I soar, I am a hawk: he trots the air, the earth sings when he touches it, the basest horn of his hoof is more musical than the pipe of Hermes.
We are learning how to transcend our basest tendencies.
Created as a way to allow people to indulge their basest instincts so as to keep the crime rate down the rest of the year, participants are urged to "have a good cleanse'' while those seeking shelter from the nihilistic mayhem are constantly advising each other to "stay safe.
It's a trademark of Lee's: observing and capturing people of a group, class, subset, interacting in particular company where, presumably, they are freest to be their basest, most organic selves.
According to the BugE-n daily's Erhan BaE-yurt, treason is the basest act that a citizen can commit against his/her country, hence it is considered a crime in all countries of the world and it is out of the question for a perpetrator of this crime to be pardoned.
John Bolton is a despicable man, and one of the basest neocons hostile to Arabs and Muslims.
He also called it a "cause for concern" that UKIP came second, dubbing it "a party that simply seeks to capitalise on some of the basest instincts in parts of our community".
Arana, a skilled storyteller, combines "a novelist's grace and a journalist's precision" (Cleveland Plain Dealer) to present this seemingly inscrutable man just as he was--deeply flawed and capable of both the noblest and basest of behaviors.
We all look at numbers and basest human psychology teaches us that more is better.
He employs what Koster calls "the basest flattery" to Roosevelt in a rambling entreaty for Roosevelt not to abandon China to her enemies.
Writers have always had to choose whether to pander to the basest interests of readers, or to try to provide something of an inspirational nature," Buzzell says.