Definition of 'bound'
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He has come on in leaps and bounds this season. The Sun (2017)My love of the cardigan knows no bounds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With so many courses tailored to regional economic and social needs, the demand for places has grown by leaps and bounds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Which is not beyond the bounds of possibility. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Who indeed will set bounds to human ingenuity? Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)His ideas had escaped the bounds of the adjacent possible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)These are a crucial part of the project to increase the bounds of human knowledge. THE CURIOUS LIFE OF ROBERT HOOKE: The Man who Measured London (2003)This is an area that can stretch the bounds of trust and transparency. Christianity Today (2000)After pausing to roar at her rescuers she bounded away and disappeared. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Their reading came on in leaps and bounds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many bound books today are works of art in their own right. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She bounded around the place with an incredible energy. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)Heidi jumped and bounded gaily by their side. Heidi (1881)The bookshelves were lined with bound volumes of his press cuttings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And his enthusiasm for the supernatural knows no bounds. The Sun (2012)With the sun on his back, he bounds along. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The executioner then turned to his left and shot dead a second bound prisoner, a former policeman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The mere idea of having an internal out of bounds area on a links course is one that has golf purists tearing their hair out. The Sun (2012)I remember watching the Olympics and seeing high jumpers bounding up and back before making their run. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The executioner is then shown standing next to another bound prisoner, identified as the Briton. The Sun (2014)
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