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Noun
The set boundaries, confines, or restrictions defining the permissible range
“The artist's creativity knows no bounds as he consistently pushes the boundaries of traditional art forms.”
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The outside or furthest limit or extremity of an object, area or surface
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“The hiker reached the bounds of the forest and marveled at the untouched wilderness that lay before them.”
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The scope or extent of something, typically of one's interest or control
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The area within the walls or perceived boundaries of a particular building or place
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Buildings or structures within a given area
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A limiting condition, rule or measure
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A regular journey made, typically as part of one's job
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Plural for a leaping movement towards or over something
“His supernormal powers allowed him to leap tall buildings in a single bound.”
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Plural for the outside limit of an object, area, or surface
“After a few minutes, we would reach the northern bound of the property.”
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Plural for a sudden swoop or spring, typically to capture or grab something or someone
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Plural for a sudden movement, especially in order to leave or escape
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Plural for the state or characteristic of being full of life, exuberance or energy
Verb
To walk or run with leaping strides
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“She would bound down the stairs happily to greet him as he entered.”
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To enclose or form the boundary of
“A stone wall and gate would bound the grounds of the old house.”
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To adjoin or be adjacent to
“The Tennessee and Big Sandy Rivers would bound the district on the east.”
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To mark out the boundary or limits of
“Areas of interest will be bound clearly on the map.”
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To restrict or place within certain limits
“What are the views which bound his imagination and actuate his impotent powers?”
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To move or progress with great haste
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To hem in or close off on all sides
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To jump, leap or spring over something
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To spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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To have headed straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
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