- Candide, seeing a Homer magnificently bound, commended the virtuoso on his good taste.Chapter 25 (29% in)
- He had advanced two leagues when he was overtaken by four others, heroes of six feet, who bound him and carried him to a dungeon.Chapter 2 (67% in)
- On awaking they felt that they could not move; for during the night the Oreillons, who inhabited that country, and to whom the ladies had denounced them, had bound them with cords made of the bark of trees.Chapter 16 (53% in)
- For a league they had to creep from rock to rock, until at length they discovered an extensive plain, bounded by inaccessible mountains.Chapter 17 (33% in)
There are no more uses of "bound" in Candide.
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