Definition of Bound off
1. Verb. Bound off one point after another.
Generic synonyms: Bounce, Bound, Rebound, Recoil, Resile, Reverberate, Ricochet, Spring, Take A Hop
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Literary usage of Bound off
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1. A Narrative of Arctic Discovery, from the Earliest Period to the Present by John Joseph Shillinglaw (1851)
"Royal Geographical Society recommend new Expedition—Command entrusted to Captain Back—Embarkation in the Terror —Ice bound off Cape Comfort—Breaking up of ..."
2. The New Sydenham Society's Lexicon of Medicine and the Allied Sciences ...by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society by Henry Power, Leonard William Sedgwick, New Sydenham Society (1882)
"(L. definió, to bound off.) Determining with accuracy and distinctness. ... (L. definido, from definió, to bound off.) A short description of a thing by ..."
3. How to Make Baskets by Mary White, Neltje Blanchan (1906)
"It is then bound off and finished with this border. Each spoke is brought over the next one on the right and pressed down inside the basket where, ..."
4. American Druggist (1890)
"... is bound off with cord, then the space between the inner and outer tuba is filled with water or any liquid required ; the other end is then bound off. ..."
5. Reminiscences of a Sportsman by Joel Parker Whitney (1906)
"Rarely they will stand a moment or so before the sportsman but generally bound off in the partially open forest, and occasionally, under favorable ..."