- v. slang To die.
- v. be killed or die
“In March, 1863, our friends of the Cincinnati Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church sold us the property for its indebtedness, which was $10,000, and that, too, at the time when the agent of the State of Ohio stood anxious to buy it at a much larger price for an asylum, and from others they could have obtained from one to two-thirds more than we were able to give.”
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“So to Harper's and drank together, and Captain Stokes came to us and so I fell into discourse of buying paper at the first hand in my office, and the Captain promised me to buy it for me in France.”
“This looks to cool. on 01/13/2010, -4/+2I'd probably buy it for a one time cost and play it from time to time, but a monthly cost ... i really hope its not.”
“Seem lak he in his glory when he hear dat suppen o 'Marse Herbert's is up fer sale, so he kin buy it in.”
“For the field, bought with the rejected price of his treachery, might well be described as indirectly bought or possessed by Judas, albeit he did not buy it himself.”
“Later on, use to buy it by the car load lots and wood shingles from the West Goast.”
“A book was afterwards printed, with a regular license, called ` Les quatres saisons litteraires 'which being a collection of little things, contained this also and all the world bought it or might buy it if they would, the government taking no notice of it.”
“If it is to be solid and not veneered, why, Â£50 would not buy it at Erromango.”
“Under conditions prevailing at the moment, it appears to be His decree that we shall store the wheat in elevators, and ship it in freight cars, and buy it through a grain exchange, with capital borrowed from a national bank; in other words, that our daily bread shall be the plaything of exploiters and speculators, until such a time as we have the intelligence to form an effective political party and establish Industrial Democracy.”
“She was still rocking with laughter at the gag line, “Would you buy it for a quarter?” when the commercial went on for the detergent powder she always faithfully loaded her dishwasher with on the first of every month.”
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