[ US /ˈbaʊndəd, ˈbaʊndɪd/ ]
[ UK /bˈa‍ʊndɪd/ ]
  1. having the limits or boundaries established
    a delimited frontier through the disputed region
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How To Use bounded In A Sentence

  • The ball rebounded from/off the wall into the pond.
  • U.S. stocks rose as General Motors jolted higher on its visions of a battery-driven future and as financial stocks like J.P. Morgan Chase rebounded despite economic data that suggested a "stagflationary" environment. J.P. Morgan Chase,
  • It was a day for the children who were special in some way and also for their loving parents who showered them with constant attention and unbounded affection.
  • Their green rings, circular or ovoidal in form, abounded in all parts of the country, and it was in these circles they were said to dance through the livelong night. Welsh Folk-Lore a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales
  • Settlers brought with them the idea of land as a partible, bounded commodity, owned by an individual (or self-selected partnership), transferable, and exclusive in perpetuity. Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa
  • With abundant rainfall and a temperate climate, crops were plentiful; citrus and olive groves abounded.
  • As I pressed through the thick underwood, I startled a strange-looking apparition in one of the open spaces beside the gulf, where, as shown by the profusion of plants of _vaccinium_, the blaeberries had greatly abounded in their season. The Cruise of the Betsey or, A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides. With Rambles of a Geologist or, Ten Thousand Miles Over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland
  • The limits of your imagination are bounded only by your budgets, so think creative.
  • James then raced onto a long ball over the top of the defence, chipped the goalkeeper but could only look on in frustration as the ball rebounded off the post.
  • Despite predictions of almost unbounded mobility, most people in industrialised nations are less physically active than ever before.
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