, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Busked (bskt).] [OE. busken, fr. Icel. bask to make one's self ready, rexlexive of ba to prepare, dwell. Cf. 8th Bound.] 1. To prepare; to make ready; to array; to dress. [Scot. & Old Eng.]
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Busk you, busk you, my bonny, bonny bride.
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2. To go; to direct one's course. [Obs.]
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Ye might have busked you to Huntly banks.
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