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Bound

bʌɪnd

Meanings of Bound:

verb

Walk or run with leaping strides.

Usage examples:

Louis came bounding down the stairs
noun

A leaping movement towards or over something.

Usage examples:

I went up the steps in two effortless bounds
adjective

Going or ready to go towards a specified place.

Usage examples:

An express train bound for edinburgh

Boundaries

ˈbaʊn.dər.i

Meanings of Boundaries:

noun

A line which marks the limits of an area; a dividing line.

Usage examples:

A county boundary

Boundary

ˈbaʊn.dər.i

Meanings of Boundary:

noun

A line which marks the limits of an area; a dividing line.

Usage examples:

A county boundary

Bounden

ˌbaʊn.dən ˈdʒuː.ti

Meanings of Bounden:

adjective

Past participle of bind.

noun

Something that you feel you must do

Usage examples:

She felt that it was her bounden duty to tell the police about the incident.

Meanings of Bounder:

noun

A dishonourable man.

Usage examples:

He is nothing but a fortune-seeking bounder

Bounders

ˈbaʊn.dər

Meanings of Bounders:

noun

A dishonourable man.

Usage examples:

He is nothing but a fortune-seeking bounder

Bounding

baʊnd

Meanings of Bounding:

verb

Walk or run with leaping strides.

Usage examples:

Louis came bounding down the stairs
noun

A leaping movement towards or over something.

Usage examples:

I went up the steps in two effortless bounds
adjective

Going or ready to go towards a specified place.

Usage examples:

An express train bound for edinburgh

Boundless

ˈbaʊnd.ləs

Meanings of Boundless:

adjective

Unlimited or immense.

Usage examples:

Enthusiasts who devote boundless energy to their hobby

Meanings of Bounds:

verb

Walk or run with leaping strides.

Usage examples:

Louis came bounding down the stairs
noun

A leaping movement towards or over something.

Usage examples:

I went up the steps in two effortless bounds
adjective

Going or ready to go towards a specified place.

Usage examples:

An express train bound for edinburgh
plural noun

Limits of an activity or behavior

Usage examples:

His desire for political power apparently knows no bounds.

Bounteous

ˈbaʊn.ti.əs

Meanings of Bounteous:

adjective

Generously given or giving; bountiful.

Usage examples:

The earth yields a bounteous harvest

Meanings of Bounties:

noun

A sum paid for killing or capturing a person or animal.

Usage examples:

There was an increased bounty on his head
proper noun

A ship of the british navy on which in 1789 part of the crew, led by fletcher christian, mutinied against their commander, william bligh, and set him adrift in an open boat with eighteen crewmen.

Meanings of Bountiful:

adjective

Large in quantity; abundant.

Usage examples:

The ocean provided a bountiful supply of fresh food

Bounty

ˈbaʊn.ti

Meanings of Bounty:

noun

A sum paid for killing or capturing a person or animal.

Usage examples:

There was an increased bounty on his head
proper noun

A ship of the british navy on which in 1789 part of the crew, led by fletcher christian, mutinied against their commander, william bligh, and set him adrift in an open boat with eighteen crewmen.

Meanings of Bouquet:

noun

An attractively arranged bunch of flowers, especially one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony.

Usage examples:

I was presented with a lovely bouquet of flowers, given a gift voucher to spend and someone took me…

Bouquets

buˈkeɪ

Meanings of Bouquets:

noun

An attractively arranged bunch of flowers, especially one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony.

Usage examples:

I was presented with a lovely bouquet of flowers, given a gift voucher to spend and someone took me…

Bourbon

ˈbɜː.bən

Meanings of Bourbon:

noun

A kind of american whisky distilled from maize and rye.

Usage examples:

He moved to the sideboard to pour himself a bourbon
proper noun

The surname of a branch of the royal family of france. the bourbons ruled france from 1589, when henry iv succeeded to the throne, until the monarchy was overthrown in 1848, and reached the peak of their power under louis xiv in the late 17th century. members of this family have also been kings of spain (1700–1931 and since 1975).

Bourbons

ˈbɜː.bən

Meanings of Bourbons:

noun

A kind of american whisky distilled from maize and rye.

Usage examples:

He moved to the sideboard to pour himself a bourbon
proper noun

The surname of a branch of the royal family of france. the bourbons ruled france from 1589, when henry iv succeeded to the throne, until the monarchy was overthrown in 1848, and reached the peak of their power under louis xiv in the late 17th century. members of this family have also been kings of spain (1700–1931 and since 1975).

Bourdon

ˈbʊəd(ə)n

Meanings of Bourdon:

noun

A low-pitched stop in an organ or harmonium, typically a stopped diapason of 16-foot pitch.

Usage examples:

These names have all been used denote a bourdon pitched an octave lower, at 16' or 32'.

Meanings of Bourdons:

noun

A low-pitched stop in an organ or harmonium, typically a stopped diapason of 16-foot pitch.

Usage examples:

These names have all been used denote a bourdon pitched an octave lower, at 16' or 32'.

Meanings of Bourgade:

noun

An unwalled town consisting of scattered buildings.

Meanings of Bourgeois:

adjective

Belonging to or characteristic of the middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes.

Usage examples:

A rich, bored, bourgeois family
noun

A bourgeois person.

Usage examples:

A self-confessed and proud bourgeois

Bourgeoise

ˈbʊəʒwɑːz

Meanings of Bourgeoise:

adjective

Belonging to or characteristic of female members of the bourgeoisie.

Usage examples:

A cosy, bourgeoise, widowed ex-mayoress in a provincial town
noun

A female member of the bourgeoisie.

Usage examples:

Whereas france has its cuisine bourgeoise, most of us are more likely to pick up a ready meal from …

Meanings of Bourgeoises:

noun

A female member of the bourgeoisie.

Usage examples:

Whereas france has its cuisine bourgeoise, most of us are more likely to pick up a ready meal from …
adjective

Belonging to or characteristic of female members of the bourgeoisie.

Usage examples:

A cosy, bourgeoise, widowed ex-mayoress in a provincial town

Bourgeoisie

ˌbʊəʒwɑːˈziː

Meanings of Bourgeoisie:

noun

The middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes.

Usage examples:

The rise of the bourgeoisie at the end of the eighteenth century

Meanings of Bourgeoisify:

verb

To make bourgeois; to convert to a bourgeois outlook or mode of life. also without object: to become bourgeois.

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