Bid [noun]

Definition of Bid:

offering of money or services

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Sentence/Example of Bid:

Here were the sources (in part) of the Po and of the Rhine, but I was rather in haste to bid the former good-bye.

Nor shall we do more hereafter if you do my pleasure now and give this Monsieur de Garnache the answer that I bid you.

Nor can he sell the property to himself, nor authorize any other person to bid and purchase for him either directly or indirectly.

The clerk went as he was bid, but stupified and stunned by the information he had received.

You had better go to him, Dolly, and bid him good bye, before he takes the team to the field.

It was a bitter agony to bid it farewell, perhaps for ever—to see the dear familiar faces and objects no more.

Go ye therefore unto the partings of the highways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage feast.'

Were we to offer fifty pounds per head, instead of ten shillings, the bid would rebound in shame upon ourselves.

The next day Lawrence went to bid his uncle and aunt good-bye, before starting for the front.

"Ten thousand eight hundred," Crane's youth bid, desperately.