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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROCKBOUND

Electra is looking after me with that kind of an air, you know, as if I were a rockbound duty.

It sounded a little like waves beating on a rockbound coast.

It is a weird land this, which in rockbound loneliness looks out over the cultivated plain.

From the day the Pilgrims landed on a rockbound coast, the name New Englander has suggested certain traits of character.

"It's such a blow to him," she murmured in a plaintive voice that was ridiculously out of keeping with her rockbound appearance.

In another moment the rockbound chasm echoed with the steady roar of the three revolvers.

Rockbound channels were frames to pictures of the dun red African strand half a dozen miles away.

The booming ceased, then followed a roar like that of the angry surf beating upon a rockbound shore.

I picture myself living in some Norwegian sater, high above the black waters of a rockbound fiord.

For such a healer Tristan, lying dying on the desolate, rockbound coast, cries through the immortal longing of the music.

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