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English words starting with bond

Bond

bɒnd

Meanings of Bond:

noun

A relationship between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests, or experiences.

Usage examples:

There was a bond of understanding between them
verb

Join or be joined securely to something else, especially by means of an adhesive substance, heat, or pressure.

Usage examples:

Press the material to bond the layers together

Bond-to

bɒnd

Meanings of Bond-to:

noun

A close and lasting relationship between people

Usage examples:

The bond between parents and children is usually very strong., the county issued $4 million in bond…

Meanings of Bondage:

noun

The state of being a slave.

Usage examples:

The deliverance of the israelites from egypt's bondage

Bondager

ˈbɒndɪdʒə

Meanings of Bondager:

noun

A person who performed services as a condition of feudal tenure.

Usage examples:

The life of a bondager was no rural idyll, but one of long hours and hard work born with patient di…

Meanings of Bondages:

noun

The state of one person being owned by another person, as a piece of property

Usage examples:

Many enslaved people tried to escape bondage.

Bonded

bɒnd

Meanings of Bonded:

adjective

(of a thing or things) joined securely to another or each other, especially by an adhesive, heat process, or pressure.

Usage examples:

A bonded carpet
verb

Join or be joined securely to something else, especially by means of an adhesive substance, heat, or pressure.

Usage examples:

Press the material to bond the layers together

Bondholder

ˈbɒnd.həʊl.dər

Meanings of Bondholder:

noun

A person owning a bond or bonds issued by a government or a public company.

Usage examples:

It sends all the wrong signals to the market and can quickly turn to a vicious downward spiral as l…

Meanings of Bondholders:

noun

A person owning a bond or bonds issued by a government or a public company.

Usage examples:

It sends all the wrong signals to the market and can quickly turn to a vicious downward spiral as l…

Bondieuserie

bɒnˈdjəːz(ə)ri

Meanings of Bondieuserie:

noun

A church ornament or devotional object, especially one of little artistic merit.

Usage examples:

So many things become bondieuserie in the end - respectable and beautiful, but comical because they…

Bonds

bɒnd

Meanings of Bonds:

noun

A relationship between people or groups based on shared feelings, interests, or experiences.

Usage examples:

There was a bond of understanding between them
verb

Join or be joined securely to something else, especially by means of an adhesive substance, heat, or pressure.

Usage examples:

Press the material to bond the layers together
phrase

The ropes or chains that hold prisoners and prevent them moving around or escaping

Usage examples:

Loose his bonds and set him free., she struggled to break free of her bonds., he set her free from …

Meanings of Bondslave:

noun

A slave or serf.

Usage examples:

We are sold for bondslaves.

Bondsman

ˈbɒn(d)zmən

Meanings of Bondsman:

noun

A person who stands surety for a bond.

Usage examples:

Due diligence on the part of the bondsman is required.

Bondsmen

ˈbɒn(d)zmən

Meanings of Bondsmen:

noun

A person who stands surety for a bond.

Usage examples:

Due diligence on the part of the bondsman is required.

Bondstone

ˈbɒndˌstəʊn

Meanings of Bondstone:

noun

A stone or brick running through a wall to bind or strengthen it.

Usage examples:

Those blocks with a slight flow due to chipping or cracking are cut to obtain bondstones, curbs or …

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