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used in Gone with the Wind

11 uses
  • They let you in on that railroad-bond business that you made thousands out of!
    5.58 (43% in)
  • She was soon released from the bonds she had assumed with so much haste and so little thought, but she was never again to know the careless freedom of her unmarried days.
    1.7 (1% in)
  • Ellen, sensitive to the bonds of kin, be they blood or marriage, wrote back reluctantly agreeing that she must stay but demanding Wade and Prissy be sent home immediately.
    3.19 (10% in)
  • She had privately gone through Gerald's pockets and his cash box and all she could find was stacks of Confederate bonds and three thousand dollars in Confederate bills.
    3.26 (9% in)
  • You see, when I enlisted I sold most of my land and I put all my money in Confederate bonds and you know what they're worth now.
    3.28 (89% in)
  • I invested most of it in government bonds.
    5.48 (73% in)
  • I prefer bonds.
    5.48 (77% in)
  • Been selling a few thousand more bonds for nonexistent railroads?
    5.49 (98% in)
  • They were fresh from cotton patch and canebrake, but it was within their power to vote taxes and bonds as well as enormous expense accounts to themselves and their Republican friends.
    5.52 (36% in)
  • Bonds were issued running into the millions.
    5.52 (38% in)
  • Rhett was her husband and between them there was the unbreakable bond of two people who have shared the same bed, begotten and borne a loved child and seen that child, too soon, laid away in the dark.
    5.60 (27% in)

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