We bonded because we were the only ones on that limo who received roses that first night.
While on Late Show last year to talk about her upcoming birthday, she bonded with Dave over two glasses of Grey Goose.
In school, they bonded over their shared faith as born-again Christians, but also over politics.
The chemistry that was there in the first one was the reason we all bonded and stayed friends.
I always thought it was toward the end of the interview when you'd bonded over the discussion.
My friend only paid about £8 in duties, the balance of the bonded goods having to be sealed down under hatches.
It is one-third of their capital stock plus the bonded indebtedness.
It is bonded for fifty millions first, and twenty millions second mortgage.
The new company also assumed all the bonded and other indebtedness of both roads.
He thinks of a drizzling night in Hatch street, hard by the bonded stores there, the first.
The linkage or force holding two neighboring atoms of a molecule in place and resisting their separation, usually accomplished by the transfer or sharing of one or more electrons or pairs of electrons between the atoms.
A force of attraction that holds atoms or ions together in a molecule or crystal. Bonds are usually created by a transfer or sharing of one or more electrons. There are single, double, and triple bonds. See also coordinate bond, covalent bond, ionic bond, metallic bond, polar bond.
A security issued by a corporation or public body and usually carrying a fixed rate of interest and a set date, called the bond's maturity, for redemption of the principal. Like a stock, a bond is a type of investment, but unlike a stock, a bond has a definite, but not necessarily fixed, yield. Some bonds have a feature known as a call, which gives the borrower an option to pay off the principal of the bond before its maturity, the date when the bond is due to be redeemed. (See municipal bonds and Treasury bills.)