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deed
used in Dracula

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Definition
a legal document indicating ownership of property
  • When I came in he cleared the books and papers from the table, and with him I went into plans and deeds and figures of all sorts.
    Chapter 2 (65% in)
deeds = legal documents indicating ownership of property
  • Of them he will have deeds of purchase, keys and other things.
    Chapter 22 (28% in)
  • deeds = legal documents indicating ownership of property
  • There were title deeds of the Piccadilly house in a great bundle, deeds of the purchase of the houses at Mile End and Bermondsey, notepaper, envelopes, and pens and ink.
    Chapter 22 (97% in)
  • deeds = legal documents indicating ownership of property
  • There were title deeds of the Piccadilly house in a great bundle, deeds of the purchase of the houses at Mile End and Bermondsey, notepaper, envelopes, and pens and ink.
    Chapter 22 (97% in)
  • deeds = legal documents indicating ownership of property
  • As he spoke he put the money remaining in his pocket, took the title deeds in the bundle as Harker had left them, and swept the remaining things into the open fireplace, where he set fire to them with a match.
    Chapter 23 (45% in)
deeds = legal documents indicating ownership of property
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