Synonyms of bound in English:

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adjective

  • 1 his bound ankles
    tied, chained, fettered, shackled, secured, tied up
  • 2 she seemed bound to win
    certain, sure, very likely, destined, fated, doomed
  • 3 you're bound by the law to keep quiet
    obligated, obliged, compelled, required, constrained, forced
  • 4 the unrest was bound up with the region's economic stagnation
    connected, linked, tied, united, allied
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    bound2

    verb

  • 1 hares bound in the fields
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  • 1 he crossed the room with a single bound
    leap, jump, spring, bounce, hop
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    verb

  • 1 corporate freedom is bounded by law
    limit, restrict, confine, circumscribe, demarcate, delimit
  • 2 the garden is bounded by a hedge
    enclose, surround, encircle, circle, border; close in/off, hem in
  • Phrases

    out of bounds

    this building is out of bounds for all nonmilitary personnel harassment of our waitresses is strictly out of boundsoff limitsrestrictedclosed offforbiddenbannedproscribedillegalillicitunlawfulunacceptabletaboo informalno go rarenon licet

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