Walk or run with leaping strides
A territorial limit; a boundary
Going or ready to go towards a specified place
past and past participle of bind.
Tie or fasten (something) tightly together
he raised his bound ankles and kicked the door down
the hares bound and skip in the warm sunshine
corporate freedom of action is bounded by law
Riding in or confined to a car; (later also) dependent upon a car.
(Of a hen) unable through weakness or disease to expel its eggs
Completely surrounded or covered by ice
(Of a plant) having roots which fill the flowerpot, leaving no room for them to expand
Grounded (only) in books.
Travelling towards or heading for a city or city centre.
Limited or restricted by lack of, or concern for, money; specifically detained for lack of available money (now rare).
Confined or impeded by night or darkness.
Detained in port by bad weather, unfavourable winds, etc.
Confined to one's room.
= sclerema (now historical).
Bound or limited by the properties of space.
Heading to outer space; destined for (use in) space.
Especially of a building: surrounded or bounded by a town.
Travelling towards or headed for town; townward-bound.
Especially of a book: firmly, skilfully, or properly bound.
Constrained by the fact of being expressed in words; overly concerned with words.
A morpheme that occurs only as an element of a compound word and cannot stand on its own, such as -ing or -er
Trimmed or banded with brass fittings
Restricted to working in an office, rather than in an active, physical capacity
Morally or legally obliged to do something
Bound with iron
Bound in a ring binder
(Of a coast or shore) rocky and inaccessible
Another term for pot-bound.
Overly limited or restricted by rules
Characterized by strict adherence to rules or laws.
Bound in morocco leather; (also figurative) solid, reliable, conservative.
Imprisoned; confined in a prison.
Destined for prison; heading to prison.
Of a book: bound in Russia leather.
Limited by existing thoughts or assumptions, or by thinking.
Going or intending to go to college
Restricted in character or outlook by belonging or referring to a particular culture
Morally obliged to do something
(Especially of a book) strengthened by a leather binding
Having well-developed or overdeveloped muscles
(Of a ship or passenger) going away from home
(Of a book or notepad) bound with a wire or plastic spiral threaded through a row of holes along one edge
Focusing on to the exclusion of all else
Used to emphasize that one is sure of something
On the way home