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bond
used in The Two Towers

7 uses
  • But when I say 'free', I mean 'free': free from bond, of chain or command: to go where you will, even, even to Mordor, Saruman, if you desire.
    3.10 — Book 3 Chapter 10 — The Voice of Saruman (64% in)
  • He could move them both together, though the bonds were cruelly tight.
    3.3 — Book 3 Chapter 3 — The Uruk-Hai (23% in)
  • When he had forced a drink from his flask down the hobbit's throat, cut his leg-bonds, and dragged him to his feet, Merry stood up, looking pale but grim and defiant, and very much alive.
    3.3 — Book 3 Chapter 3 — The Uruk-Hai (30% in)
  • With this he quickly cut their bonds.
    3.3 — Book 3 Chapter 3 — The Uruk-Hai (87% in)
  • He then stops, while still in the open, and cuts his bonds with an orc-knife.
    3.5 — Book 3 Chapter 5 — The White Rider (8% in)
  • He was exhausted and hungry, and it is not to be wondered at that, when he had cut his bonds with the knife of his fallen enemy, he rested and ate a little before he crept away.
    3.5 — Book 3 Chapter 5 — The White Rider (11% in)
  • And already there is a bond of love between us.
    3.6 — Book 3 Chapter 6 — The King of the Golden Hall (84% in)

There are no more uses of "bond" in The Two Towers.

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