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Liberty bond

noun
1.
a single Liberty loan bond.
Origin of Liberty bond
1915-1920
1915-20
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  • Like a Liberty bond, it is an investment, not a loss, when a man dies for his country.

    Huts in Hell Daniel A. Poling
  • But he did not just know how to go to work to convert a Liberty bond into cash.

    Paul and the Printing Press Sara Ware Bassett
  • Oh, some one had bought a Liberty bond; yes, three bonds, for the three clangs of the bell announced the number sold.

    The Liberty Girl Rena I. Halsey
  • He had not had the least notion of precipitating such a crisis when he had inquired about selling his Liberty bond.

    Paul and the Printing Press Sara Ware Bassett
  • Ned Newton was away from town on Liberty bond business, and he could not be present at the test.

    Tom Swift and his Air Scout Victor Appleton
  • I am not subscribing for this $50 Liberty bond to please you, explained a woman, as doleful as she is wealthy.

  • These certificates are perhaps better adapted to persons of small means than a Liberty bond.

  • A moment later she was on her way to the Red Cross booth, to learn who had won the prize for buying the first Liberty bond.

    The Liberty Girl Rena I. Halsey
  • Yesterday he asked for his Liberty bond and war saving stamps from the safe.

    Torchy and Vee Sewell Ford
  • He supposed he could sell his Liberty bond as Melville was planning to do and use that money instead of the sum he had laid by.

    Paul and the Printing Press Sara Ware Bassett

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