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Synonyms for bond

Synonyms for bond

something that physically confines the legs or arms

that which unites or binds

a legally binding arrangement between parties

the close physical union of two objects

money supplied for the temporary release of an arrested person that guarantees appearance of that person for trial

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to hold fast

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a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest

(criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial

a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)

a connection that fastens things together

a superior quality of strong durable white writing paper

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United States civil rights leader who was elected to the legislature in Georgia but was barred from taking his seat because he opposed the Vietnam War (born 1940)

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British secret operative 007 in novels by Ian Fleming

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the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition

create social or emotional ties

issue bonds on

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bring together in a common cause or emotion

References in classic literature ?
But here are your bonds; pay me differently;" and he held the bonds towards Danglars, who seized them like a vulture extending its claws to withhold the food that is being wrested from its grasp.
But you know none are so formal as bankers in transacting business; I intended this money for the charity fund, and I seemed to be robbing them if I did not pay them with these precise bonds.
Let it never be forgotten, that no slaveholder or overseer can be convicted of any outrage perpetrated on the person of a slave, however diabolical it may be, on the testimony of colored witnesses, whether bond or free.
While she spoke Tarzan could feel her working about his bonds.
Was this a people to stand in his way, to claim the protection and sympathy of foreign governments against their own bond, that they might keep their land for misuse and their bodies for debauchery?
She had no knife and the bonds were tied tightly but she worked quickly and coolly and as Zu-tag and his apes closed with the warriors, she succeeded in loosening Tarzan's bonds sufficiently to permit him to extricate his own hands so that in another minute he had freed himself.
It is no use," she is told, "Shylock will have his bond, and nothing but his bond.
Why, this bond is forfeit: And lawfully by this the Jew may claim A pound of flesh, to be by him cut off Nearest the merchant's heart.
The merchant thought this was no great thing to ask; that it would most likely be his dog or his cat, or something of that sort, but forgot his little boy Heinel; so he agreed to the bargain, and signed and sealed the bond to do what was asked of him.
Meantime little Heinel grew up, and as the end of the twelve years drew near the merchant began to call to mind his bond, and became very sad and thoughtful; so that care and sorrow were written upon his face.
You have cheated and taken in my father,' said the son; 'pray give him up his bond at once.
Trades and professions march together with scarcely a more real bond of union.
Of this kind is the gout, which serves as a bond of brotherhood to the purple-visaged gentry, who obey the herald's voice, and painfully hobble from all civilized regions of the globe to take their post in the grand procession.
We might find innumerable other instances, where the bond of mutual disease--not to speak of nation-sweeping pestilence--embraces high and low, and makes the king a brother of the clown.
We appeal now to the sacred bond of sorrow, and summon the great multitude who labor under similar afflictions to take their places in the march.