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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bound.


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bound +‎ -eth


  • Which boundeth upon buttocks dale adioyinnge to the thighe

    Deed of Entail

  • Something about the stream that, coming through an arch, “yet in the eddy boundeth in his pride back to the strait that forced him on.”

    Scales of Justice

  • Another manner, upon lines rebounded again: when the likeness of a thing cometh therefrom to a shewer, and is bent, and re-boundeth from the shewer to the sight.

    Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus

  • Mine old heart leapeth and boundeth because there is still something to adore on earth.

    Thus Spake Zarathustra

  • And of thee, old sire, we have heard how of old time thou wert happy, even how of all that Lesbos, seat of Makar, boundeth to the north thereof and Phrygia farther up and the vast Hellespont -- of all these folk, men say, thou wert the richest in wealth and in sons, but after that the Powers of

    The Iliad

  • Yet one word more: Greefe boundeth where it falls,

    Richard II (1623 First Folio Edition)

  • A young woman, that boundeth like a skipping fawn; who hath lived in a wigwam, doing nothing; who speaks with two tongues; who holds her hands before the eyes of a great warrior, till he is blind as the owl in the sun -- I see her -- "

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish


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