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Correct spelling: bond

Common misspellings for bond:

bondi, boind.

Bond \b(o)-nd\

Meaning:
peasant farmer
Origin:
German
Details:
Bond as a boy's name is of Middle English and Old English origin, and the meaning of Bond is "peasant farmer". From the Middle English word "bonde" (of German origin) or Old English "bunda". Transferred use of the surname. Made famous through the spy and his line "Bond. James Bond".
Meaning:
Bennt, bent, benet.
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Examples of usage for bond:

  1. At Bond s Corner, where the roads forked, to the right to Pemberton Heights, to the left to the bridge that would take him over toward Marillo, he was so nearly asleep that he might have gone straight on homeward had he not been startled by seeing a man and a woman standing in the middle of the road. –  by
  2. He would have cried himself, only that, since the vision at Bond s Corner, he felt this extraordinary happiness. –  by
  3. When Faustus had made an end of his writing he called Mephistopheles to him, and delivered him the bond whereupon the spirit told, him if he did not repent of what he had done, he should enjoy all the pleasure his thoughts could form, and that he would immediately divert him. –  by

Quotes for bond:

  1. James Bond is quite serious about his drinks and clothing and cigarettes and food and all that sort of thing. There is nothing wry or amused about James Bond.
  2. But let there be spaces in your togetherness and let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.
  3. There is only one thing that can form a bond between men, and that is gratitude... we cannot give someone else greater power over us than we have ourselves.
  4. All soldiers who serve their country and put their lives at risk need to know that if something happens to them, their families will be well taken care of. That's the bond we have with our military men and women and their families.
  5. Bond was how Fleming saw himself; the sardonic, cruel mouth, the hard, tight skinned face.

Rhymes for bond:

  1. blond, blonde, fond, frond, gond, pond, wand, donned, fronde, monde, conned, conde;
  2. beyond, respond, armand, demond, lamond, fernand;
  3. correspond;
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