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  • Bloom wound a skein round four forkfingers, stretched it, relaxed, and wound it round his troubled double, fourfold, in octave, gyved them fast. —

    Ulysses

  • So gyved, lagged the hope of the independents to his task.

    The Henchman

  • For now and then in the gyved one's trance a serene happy light born of some wandering reminiscence or dream would diffuse itself over his face, and then wane away only anew to return.

    Billy Budd

  • "Prithee, good Motley," he questioned, "what should bring so rare a Fool to lie in dungeon fettered and gyved along of innocent rogues and roguish robber?"

    The Geste of Duke Jocelyn

  • Bloom wound a skein round four forkfingers, stretched it, relaxed, and wound it round his troubled double, fourfold, in octave, gyved them fast.

    Ulysses

  • Eva Gonorowsky, her hair in wildest disarray, her stocking fouled, un-gartered, and down-gyved to her ankle, appears before her teacher.

    A Christmas Present for a Lady

  • He twisted his two gyved hands around and got one of them into his coat pocket.

    A Pagan of the Hills

  • Gonorowsky, her hair in wildest disarray, her stocking fouled, ungartered, and down-gyved to her ankle, appeared before her teacher.

    Little Citizens

  • They are fettered and gyved by what they have said and done.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 11 Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Businessmen

  • See you how cunningly all her limbs are gyved, and chained to the iron bolts of the bed?

    A Monk of Fife

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  • From Thomas Carlyle's The French Revolution

    March 6, 2011