bonded

adjective
bond·​ed | \ ˈbän-dəd How to pronounce bonded (audio) \

Definition of bonded

: composed of two or more layers of the same or different fabrics held together by an adhesive bonded jersey

Examples of bonded in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In his playing career at Texas Tech, Harrell had seen firsthand how a bonded offensive line could make a difference. Ryan Kartje, Los Angeles Times, "USC’s offensive line hits the grill in order to build up camaraderie," 28 Aug. 2019 He was separated from his bonded partner at a shelter in Utah. idahostatesman, "Meridian Pet of the Week: Toast," 12 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of bonded

1938, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of bonded was in 1938

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bonded

adjective
bond·​ed | \ ˈbän-dəd How to pronounce bonded (audio) \

Legal Definition of bonded

: in, operating under, or placed under a bond a bonded official

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