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adjective as in confined to one's home.

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Two years later, she and their daughter remain largely housebound, fearful of being identified by members of the Taliban.

From Time

“I’ve been housebound for the past year, and it was so nice to talk to another person, just to interact with an adult, enjoy the day,” Race said.

So it’s unsurprising that as we turn to 2021, many Americans are seeking ways to develop new habits and bring some structure and routine back into their largely housebound lives.

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People have more time on their hands and are housebound so want to be taken somewhere else.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to housebound, such as: confined, bedridden, laid-up, incapacitated, invalid, and prostrate.

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