1. abounding in or bordered by rocky cliffs or scarps
    the rock-ribbed coast of Maine
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How To Use rockbound In A Sentence

  • When first he had glimpsed her off there on that narrow strip of rockbound coast he was mildly surprised, for it was a desolate spot and seldom frequented by bathers so late in the season. Archive 2008-12-01
  • It was dangerous work on a rockbound coast with strong currents and huge tides, but Champlain found it “very agreeable.” Champlain's Dream
  • The only mineral He doesn't want extracted is his own rockbound foot from the fanny of Liberal America. Peter Smith: GOP to appoint snake handler House Chaplain
  • I, too, hail from WI and, too, graduated from our rockbound highland home. The Fight Worth Fighting: Preserving American Exceptionalism | RedState
  • Eve went through the big, rockbound tunnel with a speed that set the lantern to swinging. ONLY YOU
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