Definition of unbound
- an unbound book
- unbound periodicals
He dresses however he likes and feels unbound by convention.
a test to determine the amount of unbound iron in the blood
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before 12th century
at large, at liberty;
: not controlled or influenced by something
: not tied together with something (such as string or rope)
: not having a cover or binding
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