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adjective as in guaranteed

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adjective as in shackled

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The pair bonded over their interest in mind-altering substances and married two years later.

[The Department of Social Services] is saying that she bonded with the foster mom.

During the Cold War, anti-communism was the glue that bonded the American conservative movement together.

The two quickly bonded over their shared love of film scores and ambitions of composing their own.

The chemistry that was there in the first one was the reason we all bonded and stayed friends.

The duty on this would amount to about 150, and this has to be paid before the tobacco is removed from the bonded warehouse.

The town-walls are built of flint and concrete bonded with ironstone, and are backed with earth.

He would give me such words as "combustion," "garbage disposal," "bonded indebtedness" and so on.

And these foreign doctors handling cocaine are heavily bonded.

This town has never been bonded; we're free from debt and a good balance on hand for improvements.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bonded, such as: secured, certified, insured, pledged, and warranted.

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