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used in The Aeneid

3 uses
  • I follow'd nature's laws, and must avow I broke my bonds and fled the fatal blow.
    Book 2 (17% in)
  • When Troy with Grecian arms was closely pent, Old Priam, fearful of the war's event, This hapless Polydore to Thracia sent: Loaded with gold, he sent his darling, far From noise and tumults, and destructive war, Committed to the faithless tyrant's care; Who, when he saw the pow'r of Troy decline, Forsook the weaker, with the strong to join; Broke ev'ry bond of nature and of truth, And murder'd, for his wealth, the royal youth.
    Book 3 (8% in)
  • Not mindless then, Euryalus, of thee, Nor of the sacred bonds of amity, He strove th' immediate rival's hope to cross, And caught the foot of Salius as he rose.
    Book 5 (38% in)

There are no more uses of "bond" in The Aeneid.

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