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Synonyms for bound

Synonyms for bound

to move in a lively way

a sudden lively movement

an act of bouncing or a bouncing movement

to put or form a border on

to be contiguous or next to

a demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur

the boundary surrounding a certain area

owing something, such as gratitude or appreciation, to another

Synonyms for bound

a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards

form the boundary of

confined by bonds

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held with another element, substance or material in chemical or physical union

secured with a cover or binding

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(usually followed by 'to') governed by fate

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covered or wrapped with a bandage

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headed or intending to head in a certain direction

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bound by an oath

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bound by contract

confined in the bowels

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References in periodicals archive ?
Of particular note in the evolution of Outward Bound in Oman has been the support of the three founding partners who helped first establish Outward Bound in Oman in 2009: Dentons, Shell and Suhail Bahwan Group.
However, this information may be misleading because many medications are highly bound. Zhang et al (1) compiled binding data for 222 drugs, half of which bind 90% to 100%.
When binding with G4 DNA is encountered, then each monomeric ligand is assumed to be bound to one of the sites on the DNA oligomer.
On the contrary, it means that in the solution some molecules bound only one zinc cation (per protein molecule) with high affinity, but some other bound strongly two zinc cations and thus the mean number of bound ions which we observed for this statistical population is the fraction [14, 24-27].
Should judges be bound in the total lengths of the sentences
Hu [17] obtained an upper bound with simple form as follows:
With many thermal binding systems, if you open the document up to lay flat, you crack the bound part, just like the spine of a book cracks if you open it too far.
Antibodies that recognize all types of A determinants (3-3A) or those that are restricted to A type 3/4 determinants bound strongly to shellfish tissues (Table 2).
"Today is an important milestone for South Bound Brook as we jointly take another step towards spurring a rebirth of the borough's downtown area," noted Dave Fisher, vice president of governmental affairs for Matzel and Mumford.
In a previous peer-reviewed publication, Procyon's collaborating scientists demonstrated that pre-treatment blood measurements of bound and free PSP94 can accurately separate prostate cancer patients treated with curative intent radiotherapy into "good" and "bad" prognostic groups.
Upward Bound is one of the largest and longest running federal programs designed to help economically disadvantaged students prepare for, enter and succeed in college.
The article reviews a number of cases where scriptural commandments in Matthew are either bound or loosed.
For example, the way a book is bound, the materials used in executing the binding, the paper on which the text is printed or written, the form of printing and illustration, the decoration, and so on, are all potentially valuable pieces of information that should be preserved.
Staff fellow Jim Bound and Internet services manager Wilson Lim of HP-UX Networks Group stated: "DNS is absolutely critical and mandatory for Next Generation Networks supporting Wireless Computing and IPv6, the most pervasive industry implementation of DNS is the Internet Software Consortium (ISC) BIND implementation.
9 (2002), the Tax Court granted a couple's motion for partial summary judgment, finding the IRS was bound by Rev.