Definition of 'duty-bound'
Example sentences containing 'duty-bound'
"But if the Lord Defender ordered him to undertake a special mission, aren't we duty-bound to pick up where he left off?TREASON KEEP (2001)
`If I was to have, like, a cardiac arrest right here... you'd be duty-bound to start resuscitating me, wouldn't you?NIGHT SISTERS (2001)
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Definition of duty-bound from the Collins English Dictionary
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