bonds[ bond ]SEE DEFINITION OF bonds
Synonyms for bonds
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BONDS
Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection.
At sundown of the second day he began to complain of the irksomeness of his bonds.
Why not leave it and the goods on it to her and take the mortgages and bonds with him?
And this we must not say to each other even now, by all the bonds of mutual honor and self-respect.
He could feel for those in the bonds of sin and despair, as bound with them.
What power could I have over them, but that they were bound in the bonds of their sin, and delivered to me!'
Then he went to the second fellow, and spoke to him in the same way, and also cut his bonds.
I noticed that these bonds were all portions of a gentleman's dress.
"Now to get loose," said Ned, as he tugged and strained at his bonds.
Well, cut our bonds quickly and we'll try to get out of here.