Typical slam: “It was a common bond among my class at Harvard, hating Ben Sherwood.”
It impressed upon the Babylonians the common bond uniting all mankind.
Therefore if they hate you likewise, you and our company have a common bond.
In the Socialist's new order of society, where poverty will be unknown, there is to be a common bond.
At present, they have not got beyond the discovery of a common bond in Cookery.
With the latter, especially, he had the common bond that both were earnest Joachites.
Among them is a common bond, stronger than that of science or knowledge.
John of Vicenza aimed at consolidating the Lombard cities in one common bond.
Yet it was he, and the knowledge of what he was to them, that linked their souls with a common bond.
In their sacred books they retained a common bond of law and doctrine, such as no other people could boast.