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The Javadi story was just intimately bound up with the Saul story.

Independence is bound up in our national identity, both personal and corporate.

Childress even kept his dead father Billy bound up and rotting in a nearby shack, Psycho-style.

But that development is bound up with the broader Obamacare debate.

I remember he would bound up from his chair and march around the room and slap his hand on the table.

She had been Coralie's childhood playmate and was absolutely bound up in her.

His great red feet were bound up in a shoe open at the toes, a kind of compromise for a sandal.

I bound up my forehead tightly, grasped both sides of the car, and submitted to my fate.

And afterwards, what ghastly wounds in Corydon's soul, that had to be bound up and tended and healed!

Without formulating any definite idea, he felt in a vague way that Latour's career was in some way bound up with his own.

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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bound-up, such as: absorbed, buried, busy, consumed, engaged, and engrossed.

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

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