Definition of Bondable

1. Adjective. Capable of being fastened or secured with a rope or bond.

Exact synonyms: Bindable
Similar to: Attachable
Derivative terms: Bind, Bind, Bind, Bind



2. Adjective. Capable of holding together or cohering; as particles in a mass.
Similar to: Adhesive
Derivative terms: Bond

Definition of Bondable

1. Adjective. able to form bonds ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bondable

1. bond [adj] - See also: bond

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bondable

bond for deed
bond for general purposes
bond issue
bond issues
bond length
bond market
bond markets
bond paper
bond premium
bond premiums
bond rating
bond servant
bond trading
bondabilities
bondability
bondable (current term)
bondage
bondage suit
bondager
bondagers
bondages
bondar
bonded
bonded debt
bonded labor
bonded labors
bonded labour
bonded labours
bonder
bonderise

Literary usage of Bondable

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1. Helping Employers Comply with the ADA: An Assessment of How the United edited by Roy G. Moy (2000)
"If the ADA, as it appeared, were to override the current policy of hiring only bondable individuals for sensitive positions, the president wrote, ..."

2. The Changing Structure of the Electric Power Industry: An Update by Rebecca A. McNerney (1998)
"The legislation enacted in the State of Washington creates a new property right called the "bondable conservation investment," under which customer rates ..."

3. Surety Bonds: Nature, Functions, Underwriting Requirements by Edward Clark Lunt (1922)
"A lost certificate of stock, even though unendorsed, is not so readily bondable (notwithstanding the fact that certificates of stock are ..."

4. The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons from the Restoration to (1742)
"That all the bondable Duties payable for Tobacco hereafter to be imported, be made payable at the Erid of 18 Months, to commence from 30 Days after the ..."

5. Records of Ye Antient Borough of South Molton, in Ye County of Devon by South Molton, England (1893)
"... bondable now at ^130 pr Cent, makes just .. 10792 10 o and may most produce pr Annm de Clan .. .. 4oo 16 o 5 Febry 1709. ..."

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