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bound
used in The Grapes of Wrath

8 uses
  • Ahead he saw the bushes that bounded the field, bushes along the edges of an irrigation ditch.
    Chapter 26 (67% in)
  • " Joad said, "You're bound to get idears if you go thinkin' about stuff.
    Chapter 4 (23% in)
  • She looked long into the old whiskery face, with its bound jaw and silver eyes shining in the candle-light.
    Chapter 13 (70% in)
  • That man whose mind had been bound with acres lived with narrow concrete miles.
    Chapter 17 (43% in)
  • The tarpaulin lay ready to bind over the load.
    Chapter 20 (90% in)
  • The men who graft the young trees, the little vines, are the cleverest of all, for theirs is a surgeon's job, as tender and delicate; and these men must have surgeons' hands and surgeons' hearts to slit the bark, to place the grafts, to bind the wounds and cover them from the air.
    Chapter 25 (22% in)
  • They piled the mattress on top of the load and bound the tarpaulin in place over its ridge pole.
    Chapter 26 (18% in)
  • He wore silver-bound eyeglasses, and his eyes, through the thick lenses, were weak and red, and the pupils were staring little bull's eyes.
    Chapter 26 (36% in)

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