unbound

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adjective un·bound \-ˈbau̇nd\

Definition of unbound

  1. :  not bound: as a (1) :  not fastened (2) :  not confined b :  not having the leaves fastened together <an unbound book> c :  not bound together with other issues <unbound periodicals> d :  not held in chemical or physical combination

Examples of unbound in a sentence

  1. He dresses however he likes and feels unbound by convention.

  2. a test to determine the amount of unbound iron in the blood

Before 12th Century

First Known Use of unbound

before 12th century


UNBOUND Defined for English Language Learners

unbound

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adjective un·bound \-ˈbau̇nd\

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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