Definition of unbound
: not bound: such asa (1) : not fastened (2) : not confinedb : not having the leaves fastened together an unbound bookc : not bound together with other issues unbound periodicalsd : not held in chemical or physical combination
Examples of unbound in a Sentence
He dresses however he likes and feels unbound by convention.
a test to determine the amount of unbound iron in the blood
Recent Examples of unbound from the Web
Did, and continues to do, forever unbound by limitations, forever mending hearts.
Her endearing smiles and kind eyes exude warmth, and the range and strength of her voice amplify Helen’s unbound faith.
Two binding and color options, wire bound in chipboard or black bookboard and unbound version.
Trump, who appears unbound by any code of ethics or overarching theory of international affairs, offers Putin an amazing opportunity.
Republicans The party has fewer unbound delegates, and they are based more on the vagaries of state rules, while the Democrats rely more on central planning.
Chapter One appeared only in about 300 unbound galley copies that publishing company Wiley distributed to the media several months before releasing the book, according to a Wiley spokeswoman.
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First Known Use of unbound
before 12th century
UNBOUND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbound for English Language Learners
: 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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