bound off

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Synonyms for bound off

bound off one point after another

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Passenger Mike Davies and his wife, Doreen, from Southport, contacted the Daily Post from Boudicca, homeward bound off Sicily.
Crawford made a big-league one-handed reception of a Dick fade-route pass for a touchdown; he let one pass bound off his chest once and dropped a deep throw for a certain score on another.
Sew in-step from toe to the top of the bound off stitches.
In the course of a single eventful afternoon in the first act, Manon, who is being bound off to a convent, manages to alter her fate by falling in love during a rest stop in Amiens and being whisked away to Paris by a young man she has just met.
Whiting will supervise the first round of a community performance effort that will travel to area festivals throughout the summer, and be bound off in a four hour celebration of community, fiber and art at the Detroit Institute of Arts on a Friday in September, 2005.