Antonyms for re-bound

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It is also evident that books printed in the ordinary way were bound, or re-bound, at Gidding.

Before retiring with little Nell the wife washed and re-bound the wound and gave her husband all the nourishment he cared to take.

He succeeded, but before he could do anything, he was overpowered by half a dozen men, and re-bound.

The second requisite to be attended to is to examine whether any of the volumes catalogued require to be bound or re-bound.

The luxuriant wool caused it to re-bound again, to the infinite delight of the tormentors, who smiled horribly at it.

Our hero was again marched into the yard, made to remount, re-bound, and led off towards the principal part of the town.

The only difference was that on this occasion he took care to re-bound into the air away from his antagonist instead of upon him!