- His voice was hoarse; his look that of a man who is just about to burst an insufferable bond and plunge headlong into wild license.Chapter 27 (21% in)
- This preparation for bonds, and the additional ignominy it inferred, took a little of the excitement out of me.Chapter 2 (8% in)
- It seemed as if an invisible bond had burst, and that I had struggled out into unhoped-for liberty.Chapter 4 (78% in)
- I'll get admitted there, and I'll stir up mutiny; and you, three-tailed bashaw as you are, sir, shall in a trice find yourself fettered amongst our hands: nor will I, for one, consent to cut your bonds till you have signed a charter, the most liberal that despot ever yet conferred."Chapter 24 (74% in)
There are no more uses of "bond" in Jane Eyre.
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