contract

[ noun, adjective, verb 15–17, 21, 22 kon-trakt; verb kuhn-trakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF contract

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At any rate, she has less freedom and more obligations under her contract.

It then begins to shrink and contract with the greatest uniformity.

The contract, however, seems not to have been carried out by the composer.

I might give you a thousand for a contract, an' losin' and winnin' mounts when you had a leg up.

You sign this contract, which is exactly like all the others we use, and I'll hand over your check.

Her contract with existence, as represented by that man standing over there, was at an end.

Besides her consideration money, her daily contract included meals.

I suppose there was a failure in the performance of a contract, or something of that kind, was there?'

Then you'll find out what Department the contract was in, and then you'll find out all about it there.'

No contract or engagement, no word of love, has ever passed between us.

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