Another word for bound
Literally confined in bonds
fettered, shackled, trussed up, manacled, chained, enchained, handcuffed, hobbled, captive, confined, restrained, trammeled, pinioned, pilloried, muzzled, in leash, tied up, harnessed, bound hand and foot, lashed fast, swathed, pinned down, pegged down, tethered, picketed, secured, roped, gagged, hogtied, loaded with irons*.
impelled, compelled, obliged, obligated, under compulsion, constrained, duty-bound, committed, sworn, pledged, forced, coerced, driven, necessitated, under necessity, made, having no alternative, required, bounden.
Another word for boundadjective
Owing something, such as gratitude or appreciation, to another:beholden, indebted, obligated, obliged. (Archaic) bounden. Idiom: under obligation. See obligation
To put or form a border on:border, edge, fringe, margin, rim, skirt, verge. See edge
To be contiguous or next to:abut, adjoin, border, butt2, join, meet1, neighbor, touch, verge. See near
To fix the limits of:delimit, delimitate, demarcate, determine, limit, mark (off or out), measure. See limited
A demarcation point or boundary beyond which something does not extend or occur.Often used in plural: confine (used in plural), end, limit. See edge
The boundary surrounding a certain area.Used in plural: confine (used in plural), limit (used in plural), precinct (often used in plural). See limited