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Origin and Etymology of bound
Definition of bound
 The ball landed out of bounds.
 beyond the bounds of decency
 police officers overstepping their bound
Origin and Etymology of bound
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 art … is always greater than the rules with which we may attempt to bound it
 —C. S. Kilby
 Students were asked to bound their state.
Origin and Etymology of bound
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 dutybound
 deskbound
 bound to rain soon
 leatherbound
 was bound and determined to have his way
 un in unknown and er in speaker are bound forms
Origin and Etymology of bound
Origin and Etymology of bound
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 deer bounding across a field
 She bounded down the stairs.
Origin and Etymology of bound
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 homeward bound
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 The ball has to stay within these bounds.
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 The farm is bounded by a river on one side.
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 bound by the spell
 a bound book
 It is bound to rain.
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medical Definition of bound
 bound water in a molecule
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 property bounded on the north by a stone wall
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