I saw through it all that day, and the knowledge was dearly bought.
They make it clear that freedom will be dearly bought.
Her independence had been dearly bought, and she wasn't about to give it up now.
The Shadow won, but it was a victory dearly bought.
Here we would score, and be one run closer to that dearly bought pennant.
Methinks the power to do herself so ill a turn was dearly bought.
These things were rare and hard to get, dearly bought when they could be found, and treasured by those who had them.
She can never be quite human; when she uses her dearly bought feet, every step is on sharp knives.
Death itself were dearly bought, All for Scotland's King and law.
What we win may be dearly bought.