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bond
used in Sense and Sensibility

5 uses
  • —I met Colonel Brandon Monday morning in Bond-street, just before we left town, and he told me of it directly.
    Chapter 20 (72% in)
  • In Bond Street especially, where much of their business lay, her eyes were in constant inquiry; and in whatever shop the party were engaged, her mind was equally abstracted from every thing actually before them, from all that interested and occupied the others.
    Chapter 26 (79% in)
  • Elinor, who knew that such grief, shocking as it was to witness it, must have its course, watched by her till this excess of suffering had somewhat spent itself, and then turning eagerly to Willoughby's letter, read as follows: "Bond Street, January.
    Chapter 29 (27% in)
  • "I met Mrs. Jennings in Bond Street," said he, after the first salutation, "and she encouraged me to come on; and I was the more easily encouraged, because I thought it probable that I might find you alone, which I was very desirous of doing.
    Chapter 31 (29% in)
  • Lodging as I did in Bond Street, there was hardly a day in which I did not catch a glimpse of one or other of you; and nothing but the most constant watchfulness on my side, a most invariably prevailing desire to keep out of your sight, could have separated us so long.
    Chapter 44 (61% in)

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