Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having bounds or limits; limited; circumscribed; confined; cramped; narrow.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bound.
- adj. analysis Of a set, that it is capable of being included within a ball of finite radius.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having the limits or boundaries established.
- adj. having a defined physical border.
- adj. having the limits or boundaries established
“In contrast to Attenborough, the boyishly eager Irwin bounded into the frame like Tigger, leaping after the crocs and bantering at full volume: “Crikey!””
“These, however, remain bounded by the captivity of our interpretive imagination to the representation of meaning in words.”
“Born in captivity, Brunhilda became the face of the controversial program when, as a saucy 9-month-old pup, she bounded from a cage in 1998 as one of the first wolves introduced into the wild.”
“It bounded from the man's skull, and the man fell and never spoke again.”
“A jack-rabbit bounded from a bush under his horse's nose, leaped the stream, and vanished up the opposite hillside of scrub-oak.”
“There was a sound of crashing through underbrush, the ringing of steel-shod hoofs on stone, and an occasional and mossy descent of a dislodged boulder that bounded from the hill and fetched up with a final splash in the torrent that rushed over a wild chaos of rocks beneath him.”
“We were playing the ancient and honourable game of acrostics and we had to think of and describe a word bounded on the West by the initial E, and on the East by the final H. "That which you can never have of mushrooms," was one of the descriptions.”
“If the called bounded task flow specifies shared as the ADF Controller will throw an exception.”
“Pushes the called bounded task flow onto the stack and initializes its page flow scope.”
“Sets input parameter values in the called bounded task flow's context.”
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