Definition of Into the bargain
1. Adverb. In addition; over and above what is expected. "He lost his wife in the bargain"
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Literary usage of Into the bargain
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... add that I ought to have trusted to her intervention, for then I should have been quickly paid, and should have received so much more into the bargain. ..."
2. A Journal of the Proceedings in Georgia, Beginning October 20, 1737: By by William Stephens (1906)
"... who sought for Work, whilst our Countrymen refused it without exorbitant Wages; and even those I got must have Provisions into the Bargain. SATURDAY. ..."
3. Letters to His Son: On the Fine Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a by Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh (1901)
"... history, and geography; some Latin may be thrown into the bargain, in compliance with custom, and for closet amusement. You are, by this time, ..."
4. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey (1876)
"... fidelity, tender-heartedness (which you will wonder at), discretion, and all good qualities, and Infallibility into the bargain. ..."
5. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With by Delany (Mary) (1861)
"Monday packing, and company dines here into the bargain, which is a little troublesome. I can get some good thread for you—let me know what you would ..."