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bound
used in Anne Of Green Gables

8 uses
  • The road was full of buggies, all bound for the hotel, and laughter, silver clear, echoed and reechoed along it.
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (48% in)
  • With a bound she was out of bed and across the floor.
    Chapter 4 — Morning at Green Gables (5% in)
  • With one bound she crossed the kitchen floor and stood before Mrs. Rachel, her face scarlet with anger, her lips quivering, and her whole slender form trembling from head to foot.
    Chapter 9 — Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Properly Horrified (37% in)
  • "Why, you said you'd keep me here until I confessed," returned Anne wearily, "and so I decided to confess because I was bound to get to the picnic.
    Chapter 14 — Anne's Confession (83% in)
  • The two little white-clad figures flew down the long room, through the spare-room door, and bounded on the bed at the same moment.
    Chapter 19 — A Concert a Catastrophe and a Confession (54% in)
  • Josie's triumph being rather more pronounced than good taste permitted, Anne Shirley dared her to walk along the top of the board fence which bounded the garden to the east.
    Chapter 23 — Anne Comes to Grief in an Affair of Honor (15% in)
  • There, they're encoring you—they're bound to have you back!"
    Chapter 33 — The Hotel Concert (77% in)
  • Marilla's impassioned grief, breaking all the bounds of natural reserve and lifelong habit in its stormy rush, she could comprehend better than Anne's tearless agony.
    Chapter 37 — The Reaper Whose Name Is Death (29% in)

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