References in classic literature ?
Is there anything we can do," it asked, "to repay you for saving the life of our Queen?
Dorothy came to meet them and thanked the little mice warmly for saving her companion from death.
I am saving up three suits--one for a wedding-suit.
And,' reasoned Ralph with himself, 'if no good came of my uncle's money when he was alive, a great deal of good came of it after he was dead, inasmuch as my father has got it now, and is saving it up for me, which is a highly virtuous purpose; and, going back to the old gentleman, good DID come of it to him too, for he had the pleasure of thinking of it all his life long, and of being envied and courted by all his family besides.
When he returned from Hampton, we both combined our efforts and savings to send our adopted brother, James, through the Hampton Institute.
The little store of sovereigns in the tin box seemed to be the only sight that brought a faint beam of pleasure into the miller's eyes,--faint and transient, for it was soon dispelled by the thought that the time would be long--perhaps longer than his life,--before the narrow savings could remove the hateful incubus of debt.
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I save for particular things," says Campbell, who is now saving tuition for his college-bound daughter.
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write down their financial goals and commit to saving regularly; 2.