Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Bound or stopped up so that the passage of air is prevented: in plumbing, said of a water- or drain-pipe so obstructed.

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Examples

  • Today's air-bound business travelers may actually be safer.

    In Which You Don't Die In An Airport

  • To encourage more people to ditch their cars, the city invested in a wireless mesh network: a web of wireless antennae, situated at bus stops, which supply the city streets with a huge amount of air-bound internet bandwidth.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Rush hour revolution

  • To encourage more people to ditch their cars,the city invested in a wireless mesh network:a web of wireless antennae,situated at bus stops,which supply the city streets with a huge amount of air-bound internet bandwidth.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Public transport in Portsmouth,UK

  • They love to perform tricks on us poor air-bound humans.

    Cachalot

  • However, when these people are air-bound, there is no telling on the exact time of arrival.

    CarBuyersNoteBook

  • Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said would make a stunning movie, visuals out of this world, air-bound quibbles, yellow or orange in color, that look like VW bugs with Mr. Natural decals.

    The Student Operated Press

  • If you're air-bound crazy, don't miss out on this one.

    Quazen

  • Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said would make a stunning movie, visuals out of this world, air-bound quibbles, yellow or orange in color that look like VW bugs with Mr. Natural decals.

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