Definition of Bounder

1. Noun. Someone who is morally reprehensible. "You dirty dog"

Exact synonyms: Blackguard, Cad, Dog, Heel, Hound
Specialized synonyms: Perisher
Generic synonyms: Scoundrel, Villain
Derivative terms: Blackguardly



2. Noun. Someone who bounds or leaps (as in competition).
Exact synonyms: Leaper
Generic synonyms: Jumper
Derivative terms: Bound, Leap

Definition of Bounder

1. n. One who, or that which, limits; a boundary.

Definition of Bounder

1. Noun. Something that bounds or jumps. ¹

2. Noun. (UK dated) A dishonourable man; a cad. ¹

3. Noun. A social climber. ¹

4. Noun. That which limits; a boundary. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bounder

1. one that bounds [n -S] - See also: bounds

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bounder

boundary lamina
boundary layer
boundary line
boundary rider
boundary riders
boundary umpire
boundary umpires
boundaryless
bounded
bounded function
bounded interval
boundedly
boundedness
boundednesses
bounden
bounder (current term)
bounderish
bounders
boundest
boundeth
bounding
boundingly
boundings
boundless
boundlessly
boundlessness
boundlessnesses
boundness
boundnesses
bounds

Literary usage of Bounder

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1. The law of mines, quarries and minerals by Robert Forster MacSwinney (1884)
"Bounding in Estate of bounder. The land of any private person, which has been anciently bounded, may, if it is vacant, be entered upon by any tinner, ..."

2. Free Opinions, Freely Expressed on Certain Phases of Modern Social Life and by MARIE. CORELLI (1905)
"THE AMERICAN bounder EVERYTHING in America is colossal, stupendous and pre-eminent,—it follows, therefore, that the American " bounder " is the most ..."

3. Memorials of St. Giles's, Durham: Being Grassmen's Accounts and Other Parish by James Barmby (1896)
"For a horse one ye bounder day for ye hird, 8d. Spent upon bounder day, ... Pd George Pearson one the bounder day, is. 6d. Spent when the north side of ..."

4. The Principles and practice of obstetrics by Gunning S. Bedford (1868)
"... his Direction for bringing down the Head in these Presentations—The Practice ol A. Petit, bounder, and others—Presentation of the Pelvic Extremities and ..."

5. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare (1912)
"Bassanio, although what the English call a "bounder," doesn't exactly know how to broach the subject to his friend, ..."

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