The Westing Game
Theo had begun reading the refrain and ended up singing. He shyly laughed off his foolishness.
'I guess it doesn't have anything to do with money or the will, just Uncle Sam's patriotism coming up again.' (14.53)
Sandy was proud of the notebook he bought, with its glossy cover photograph of a bald eagle in flight (sort of appropriate, he explained to the judge; fits in with Uncle Sam and all that). (17.17)
Sydelle could barely control her excitement. 'The will said, Sing in praise of this generous land. The will said, May God thy gold refine. America, Angela, America! Purple mountain majesties, Angela. Whoopee!' (21.105)