confines

[ kuhn-fahyn for 1, 2, 5, 6; kon-fahyn for 3, 4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF confines

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFINES

In front the day-break was bursting the confines of the bleak racks of cloud.

He said, voice muffled by the confines of the plastic helmet, "Who are you?"

There came a moment when it seemed to him that he must have swum beyond the confines of life.

It was easy to swim like this beyond the confines of life looking at a star.

We can not possibly break from the confines of our three dimensional world.

Beyond the confines of the camp, the sand lay like untracked snow.

The gates and the porter's lodge were at that end of the confines nearest Fiesole.

The story of Gilgamesh was carried beyond the confines of Babylonia.

The denizens of the confines of the world, painted for war, had driven them back from the shores.

I managed to pass his confines at greater and greater speed.

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