bidding

[ bid-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bidding

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Armies would fight for his favour at the bidding of queens—to get what I have!

After a time, too, the visions vanish, and will not appear again at my bidding.

He ran to perform my bidding, and quickly returned with his mother.

Nicholas bowed, and bidding him good-morning, turned upon his heel.

This Robin handed to Will Scarlet, bidding him to read the same.

An instant his superb eye resented, but then he pleasantly did my bidding.

The boys promised that they would, and, bidding the farmer good-day they started off.

Miggs departed at his bidding, but less because of his bidding than because she desired to chuckle in secret.

“Believe that you have received”: at His bidding you dare claim the answer.

And they ran as if their life was at stake to do his bidding; were so active that they seemed to be ubiquitous.

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