Definition of Bindles

1. Noun. (plural of bindle) ¹



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Definition of Bindles

1. bindle [n] - See also: bindle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bindles

binding
binding constant
binding energy
binding knot
binding knots
binding on equip
binding on pickup
binding sites
bindingly
bindingness
bindingnesses
bindings
bindis
bindle
bindle stiff
bindles (current term)
bindlestiff
bindlestiffs
bindrune
binds
binds on equip
binds on pickup
bindup
bindweed
bindweeds
bine
biner
biners
binervate
bines

Literary usage of Bindles

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1. A Few Chapters in Workshop Re-construction and Citizenship by Charles Robert Ashbee (1894)
"I made my stand, but was completely routed, and so, in the end, Lady Sophia bindles gave the biggest prizes, on my award, ..."

2. Abhráin grádh chúige Connacht or Love songs of Connacht: (being the fourth edited by Douglas Hyde (1895)
"Thy gentle eyes have shaped the web which took my heart, O Mary. -)/. — It is on thee is ever the love- soot- which bindles the love of every stately woman. ..."

3. The Fortescue Papers: Consisting Chiefly of Letters Relating to State Affairs by George Matthew Fortescue, John Packer (1871)
"Among others there is great complaint made against one George bindles, Vice Admiral of Sussex, whom I caused to be forborne, though he hath bene sent for ..."

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