Pronunciation of Bound
/bˈa͡ʊnd/, /bˈaʊnd/, /b_ˈaʊ_n_d/
Synonyms for bound:
predestined, diminutive suffix, imminent, self-fulfilling, mortgaged, hasten, Slept, well-thumbed, waft, Wrung, inevitable, SHAT, prospective, stranded, potentially, spiral-bound, preordained, Slunk, won, loose-leaf, heave to, unpublished, bounden, bookrest, fated, credible, wrought, Slung, expected, unabridged, Stood, bookends, running jump, potential, odds-on, responsible, skitter, Dreamt, en route, softbound, pledged, engaged, led, reliant, Bought, unputdownable, Begot, marooned, hardbound, flying tackle, delimit, inevitably, Besought, probably, Relaid, delimitate, RESAT, covered, snuck.
butt against, line.
Other synonyms and related words:
determined, circumscribe, march, confine, resolute, line, destined, sure, committed, secure, skirt, decisive, purposeful, pledged, surround, margin, caper, compass, verge, resolved, set, frontier, marge, enclose, boundary, limitation, bounce, constipated.
fused, linked, chained, knotted, Cemented, closed, threaded, Strapped, Bracketed, Welded, fastened, laced, knit, coupled, Stayed, connected, tied, pasted, stitched, strung, glued, Sutured, Hinged, clinched, Buckled, zipped.
obligated; destined (adjective)
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flying tackle, flip, running jump.
edge, constrained, limit, extremity, spring, leap, compelled, demarcation, margin, required, fastened, border, beholden, hurdle, Strapped, caper, certain, termination, pledged, perimeter, sure, tethered, chained, curb, attached, committed, vault, trussed, forced, restricted, obliged, skip, Lashed, jump, limitation, circumference, shackled, hop, verge, liable, fettered, fated, line, bounce, brink, dance, destined, bandaged.
out of bounds (noun)
tethered, Buckled, knotted, woven, Welded, braided, glued, Sutured, Plaited, Strapped, stitched, Bracketed, chained, pasted, Stringed, linked, Lashed, Cemented, Hinged, clinched, tied, sewn spliced, Stayed, laced, Weaved, zipped.
jump, bounce (verb)
leap, jump, spring.