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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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In fact, the heparin-induced cascade effect of fatty acids on the serum binding of ketoprofen, which is bound to site II on HSA, was also observed for the fatty acid-indole uremic toxin-ketoprofen system [21].
After nine sickle-cell patients breathed a mixture of air and nitric oxide gas for 45 minutes and then gave blood samples, their abnormal hemoglobin bound to oxygen almost as tightly as normal hemoglobin does, the team first reported in the September 1997 JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION (SN: 9/20/97, p.
Ironically, even androgen mimics that are devoid of estrogen activity might feminize a male animal if they bound to an androgen receptor-and thus shut out natural androgens-yet failed to turn it on (SN: 1/22/94, p.
They determined the nucleotide sequences of the 39 kinds of RNA molecules that had bound to ATP.
Researchers at GSI have also observed for the first time an extremely unusual type of radioactive decay in which the electron (beta particle) produced by the decay of a "parent" nucleus stays bound to the newly created "daughter" nucleus instead of speeding off.
That advance was the ability to produce MHC-I molecules bound to identical peptides in sufficient quantity for X-ray studies.
But oddly, Kramer's team found that cells with the first, less metastatic integrin bound to laminin more tightly than those with the second, more metastatic integrin.
But when the researchers mixed TCDD and the receptor with fluid taken from ground-up cells, the complex indeed bound to DNA.