How to use bought in a sentence

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He hung around artists, organized exhibitions, and bought and ran a billiards hall and bar.
She bought a house with a big yard so that she could indulge her passion for gardening.
Ten years ago I bought a catastrophic policy for even less than that, despite an autoimmune disease and raging asthma.
Money has clearly never bought Choe happiness, and happiness seems to be of little interest to him anyhow.
The night before he bought a lot of crack-cocaine on credit with no way to pay, intending to kill himself after smoking.
By a curious coincidence, they bought a house the same day their old one burned down.
In the fall of 2010, it bought an anaerobic digestion project then under construction in London, Ontario.
She had just bought the phone a month before, after turning in her blackberry.
He had bought the shotgun only that weekend after deciding against an AR-15 assault rifle because of the waiting period.
So the next day I went out and I bought a microwave oven and I made an artichoke in the microwave.
Sulzberger was the grandson of adolph Ochs, who bought the Times in 1896 and turned it into a leading American paper.
Boston's "Cradle of Liberty" is only steps from sites where enslaved Africans were bought and sold after traveling the Middle Passage from West Africa to North America.
Americans bought 1.5 billion cans of tuna last year, according to ac Nielsen data.
Truman bought quite a bill of goods from the old cronies who had flocked to Harriman.
He stopped at the store on the way home and bought two whole chickens, and some bisquick and found a farm stand that had sweet corn.
She pulled off the paper and looked at what he'd bought her, what the horrid, arrogant, boot-burning, bossy pants had bought her.
On a Saturday afternoon, my wife bought her favorite treat for dessert that evening, a gourmet, nut-filled brownie.
I was a very good radio operator. I bought my own bug. That's what the telegraph key in its modern form was called. It was semiautomatic.
The grass was so green that it looked like the artificial Easter bunny grass that Dory had bought each year to fill her children's baskets with.
You've got to understand this is what Stockman is proposing. The president hasn't bought off on it yet.
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