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adjective as in necessary

adjective as in confining

noun as in cover; something which fastens

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Example Sentences

During its initial experimental phase, the GPC signal is not intended to convey legally binding requests.

From Digiday

While it has 30 days to scrub any offending contract clauses and comply with the legally binding agreement.

With 192 pages of acid-free and a strong binding, your loved one will be able to hold onto this notebook for years to come.

The binding is made from tough wire that, unlike traditional spiral notebooks, won’t bend in a backpack or pocket.

When Softbank bought Arm in 2016 it avoided this kind of review, in part due its legally binding commitment on jobs.

From Fortune

Binding the resolution of my case to progress in the nuclear negotiations is profoundly unjust.

That ruling is binding law in the United States, no matter what the former vice president says.

It was done after we had received a binding legal opinion from Justice and approval from the White House to proceed.

While a good start, some security experts say the guidelines should be binding.

But the amendment was non-binding -- and thus largely symbolic.

Again, common law decisions are not binding on the courts that make them like statutes or legislative commands.

Whatever reason the transaction affords for binding the former, it supplies for holding the latter bound.

A benefit conferred, in the honest, though mistaken, belief that such a promise is binding ought in justice to be restored.

But then she had sworn, and to some people, and Georgie was one of these, an oath remains ever binding.

Even although he had tacitly consented to Romanoff's proposal he saw no necessity for binding himself.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to binding, such as: conclusive, irrevocable, mandatory, required, essential, and imperative.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.