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Synonyms for put back

cost a certain amount

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By the mother who bore you--for the love of Heaven--by your hope of salvation, I implore you to put back for the box
We made a determined effort to put back, but our little boat was like a feather in the breath of the tempest.
Pardon me, monsieur," said D'Artagnan, who had profited by the moment he had been left alone to put back M.
And so he had been, I felt no doubt: only, as the time had been put back to the beginning of the tete-a-tete he referred to, the whole of it had passed into oblivion, if not into nothingness
she exclaimed in a tone of great dismay, and began picking them up again as quickly as she could, for the accident of the goldfish kept running in her head, and she had a vague sort of idea that they must be collected at once and put back into the jury-box, or they would die.
By that time the wind had freshened, and it was impossible to put back for him.
Then, in the evening when the assistants left, he had to put back the sheets on the models and the cases and `gang' the sweepers again.
Afterward the Gump was taken apart and I was put back on this wall; but I can still talk when I feel in the mood, which is not often.
Besides, Vasili Andreevich was putting his things on, so there was nothing for it but for Nikita to get up too, put back into the sugar-basin the lump of sugar he had nibbled all round, wipe his perspiring face with the skirt of his sheepskin, and go to put on his overcoat.
She put back the page of vellum in her writing-desk, locked it, and led the way to the door.
embalmed and stuffed with straw, put back into the seats of power and
I carefully put back all the objects in the dressing-case (beginning with the photograph) exactly as I had found them, and returned to the bedroom.
Nay," said the King, drawing back, "I may not put back my cowl, for we seven have vowed that we will not show our faces for four and twenty hours.
A PRIME plot of Cardiff land has been put back up for sale, with a price tag of more than PS500,000.
A Shire Hall spokesperson said: "The tender stage of the project has been put back whilst we work with utility companies to mitigate costly service diversions.