Ay, by the blue vault of heaven will we,” said Bunce, “if it be pro bono publico!
Generous to a fault, his purse—which the bounty of his aunt keeps well supplied—is a public bank, pro bono publico.
Bathroom and washstand were supplied by a rusty brass tap, placed, pro bono publico, in the corridor.
These remarks were delivered openly, pro bono, and dissolved the wedding party.
Pro bono publico was the order of the day—pro libertate patri was the motto of each freeman.
Good deeds ought to be talked about, ought they not, pro bono publico, eh?
Instead of pro bono publico your motto is pro bono tempo—for a good time!