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bound
used in Misery

10 uses
  • Now to get the key out of his pocket without dropping either the manila envelope containing the bound galleys or the sticks.
    Part 4 — Goddess (37% in)
  • 'I'm going to study up on book-binding,' she said dreamily.
    Part 1 — Annie (64% in)
  • 'I'm going to bind Misery's Return myself.
    Part 1 — Annie (64% in)
  • You spoke of binding it.
    Part 1 — Annie (74% in)
  • I assume that you meant binding the manuscript?
    Part 1 — Annie (74% in)
  • A bound manuscript can be damned handsome.
    Part 1 — Annie (74% in)
  • After cuffing his hands together, she had somehow bound them to the bedstead.
    Part 2 — Misery (37% in)
  • When he got out of the elevator on the ninth floor one afternoon in May, he was for a change thinking not of Annie but of the bulky package tucked clumsily under his arm , it contained two bound galleys of Misery's Return.
    Part 4 — Goddess (14% in)
  • 'And that's only the beginning,' Charlie Merrill, his editor, had told him at lunch that day , the lunch from which Paul was now returning with his bound galleys.
    Part 4 — Goddess (18% in)
  • 'Rinse!' she shrieked again, and his left was gone; he crawled toward the open door on the jetting stumps of his wrists, and incredibly the galleys were still there, the bound galleys Charlie had given him at lunch in Mr Lee's, sliding the manila envelope to him across gleaming white napery while Muzak drifted down from overhead speakers.
    Part 4 — Goddess (56% in)

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