round the bend love


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  • adj. crazy, mad or insane

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  • adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular


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  • Mandras was later to thank Velisarios for shooting him with a Turkish culverin as he came round the bend at the entrance of the village.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Look, here are Dinah Copeland’s if indeed they are hers, coming round the bend into the protection of the bank.

    Overture to Death

  • As the river bore them round the bend they saw the beast standing there, a great shaggy wolflike beast, its head lifted as it howled again.

    The Fortress of the Pearl

  • Suddenly there was a crashing in the brush ahead, round the bend where the bridge over the little Almond River awaited them.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • When Miss Prentice, dry-eyed but still raging, came round the bend in the lane, Henry was kissing Dinah’s throat. iv

    Overture to Death

  • That noospaper cost me fifty dollars -- caught the man comin 'in round the bend above Klondike City, an' bought it on the spot.

    CHAPTER 10

  • But before she had quite reached it another vehicle shot out from a clump of trees on the summit, came round the bend of the road there, passed the luggage-cart, and halted beside Tess, who looked up as if in great surprise.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles

  • She came round the bend in the river, and he saw that she was loaded with troops, small stocky men in grey-green umforms with rifles and fixed bayonets taller than themselves.

    A Town Like Alice


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