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bound
used in The Princess Bride

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1  —1 use as in:
the binding is loose
Definition
something that holds things together, or wraps or covers or ties something
  • Then it was simply a matter of inching the weapon close enough to be graspable by one hand, and then it was an even simpler task to slash his bindings.
    p. 222.9

There are no more uses of "binding" flagged with this meaning in The Princess Bride.

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  • Fezzik put the Princess down and ripped the ropes apart that bound her legs.
    p. 154.0
  • Then the humpback bounded forward, and as the ship reached the cliff face, he jumped up and suddenly there was a rope in his hand.
    p. 111.4
  • As the screaming from outside the gate burst all bounds of propriety, the Prince interrupted the Archdean with gentlest manner and said, "Holiness, my love is simply overpowering my ability to wait—please skip on down to the end of the service."
    p. 338.5

There are no more uses of "bound" in The Princess Bride.

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