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used in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

15 uses
  • With the optimism of ignorance I thought that the morning was bound to bring a more pleasant solution.
    p. 251.6
  • She didn't stop this time but continued immediately to the altar, bound for Elder Thomas, crying "I say, preach it."
    p. 42.9
  • They bragged often about the binding quality of the Baxter blood.
    p. 67.9
  • I wept with relief every Sunday as he eluded the evil men and bounded back from each seeming defeat as sweet and gentle as ever.
    p. 76.3
  • Women who walked over the "heath" and read morocco-bound books and had two last names divided by a hyphen.
    p. 95.3
  • Her fingers are bound to snag the work and she'll have to repeat the stitches time and time again.
    p. 104.6
  • If he said it, it was bound to be the truth.
    p. 117.8
  • Momma said she bound that was true.
    p. 151.6
  • But his eyes bound me with a unique attraction.
    p. 155.2
  • He bounded off the dais and approached the velvet gray box.
    p. 161.4
  • The junior students who were moving into the vacating classes' chairs were tradition-bound to show their talents for leadership and management.
    p. 169.3
  • There was a sadness about them, as if this old world was not their home and they were bound for higher ground.
    p. 170.7
  • He was as proud of the gift as I. It was a soft-leather-bound copy of a collection of poems by Edgar Allan Poe, or, as Bailey and I called him, "Eap."
    p. 175.6
  • Also—he never looked up to acknowledge the grunts of acceptance—also, we were bound to get some new equipment for the home economics building and the workshop.
    p. 181.5
  • The secretary and I were like Hamlet and Laertes in the final scene, where, because of harm done by one ancestor to another, we were bound to duel to the death.
    p. 267.5

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