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In January, 1876, the Herzegovinians gained a victory over the Turkish troops.

Agony by agony, something is gained, and my personal agony counts with the rest.

Who knows what the man may not have gained even from silent communication with the child!

Franks closed the door behind them, and they had gained a refuge.

You've lost a lot of illusions, of course, but perhaps you've gained ideals.

Like a woman, he gained a certain courage through his affections.

I gained nothing; the Opera gives me my best chance to see and be seen.

As yet, however, no decisive advantage had been gained on either side.

I want them to know how the gift was gained that they are some day to share.

"If you had gained your object, I couldn't have," remarked she.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GAINED

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.