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stipulate
used in Great Expectations

5 uses
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Definition
to formally state — such as a condition or requirement of a contract, or an opinion of a circumstance that has legal significance
  • As it was, she merely stipulated, "If you bring the boy back with his head blown to bits by a musket, don't look to me to put it together again."
    Chapter 5 (32% in)
  • Neither did she ever give me any money,—or anything but my daily dinner,—nor ever stipulate that I should be paid for my services.
    Chapter 12 (33% in)
  • But, he was particular in stipulating that if I were not received with cordiality, or if I were not encouraged to repeat my visit as a visit which had no ulterior object but was simply one of gratitude for a favor received, then this experimental trip should have no successor.
    Chapter 15 (29% in)
  • Now, Mr. Pip, I have done with stipulations.
    Chapter 18 (46% in)
  • "No ceremony," he stipulated, "and no dinner dress, and say to-morrow."
    Chapter 26 (3% in)

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