alphabet

Bound

Definition of bound:

part of speech: noun

A leap, spring, or jump; a light elastic step; a limit; extent.

part of speech: adjective

Pa. t. and pa. p. of BIND.

part of speech: verb

To limit.

part of speech: noun

A limit; boundary; a leap.

part of speech: participle

of Bind

part of speech: verb

To spring or leap.

part of speech: adjective

Ready to go.

part of speech: verb

To jump or spring suddenly or move in jumps, one after the other; to leap.

part of speech: verb

To cause to spring back with elastic motion; to serve as a limit to; to inclose; geographically, to lie alongside of; as, Austria bounds Italy on the north; to name the countries or waters surrounding; as, to bound Italy.

part of speech: adjective

Of to bind.

part of speech: noun

A spring or leap.

part of speech: noun

A limit or boundary.

part of speech: verb

To set bounds to: to limit, restrain, or surround.

part of speech: adjective

Tied; restrained; confined; intending to go; on the way; as, bound for France; inclosed in a cover, as a book; compelled; destined.

part of speech: verb

To leap.

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