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Synonyms for binding
ˈbaɪn dɪŋbind·ing

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. binding

    restrictive, obligatory, restraining, stringent, styptic, costive, astringent

    loosening, opening, enlarging, distending

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bindingnoun

    the capacity to attract and hold something

    cover, bandaging, dressing, book binding, ski binding, back


  2. bindingnoun

    strip sewn over or along an edge for reinforcement or decoration

    cover, bandaging, dressing, book binding, ski binding, back


  3. dressing, bandaging, bindingnoun

    the act of applying a bandage

    back, cover, ski binding, fecundation, fertilisation, book binding, grooming, stuffing, fertilization, dressing, medical dressing, bandaging, salad dressing


  4. ski binding, bindingnoun

    one of a pair of mechanical devices that are attached to a ski and that will grip a ski boot; the bindings should release in case of a fall

    cover, bandaging, dressing, book binding, ski binding, back


  5. binding, book binding, cover, backadjective

    the protective covering on the front, back, and spine of a book

    "the book had a leather binding"

    dressing, blanket, screen, covering, cover version, spinal column, back, rear, rachis, covert, covering fire, spine, natural covering, cover song, screening, bandaging, concealment, top, masking, cover charge, backbone, backrest, cover, dorsum, ski binding, book binding, vertebral column


  6. bindingadjective

    executed with proper legal authority

    "a binding contract"


Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. bindingnoun

    bandage, band, fillet

  2. bindingnoun

    cover, covering

  3. bindingadjective

    astringent, contracting, styptic

  4. bindingadjective

    obligatory, valid

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. bindingadjective

    astringent, astrictive, obligatory, valid

    optional, elective

  2. bindingnoun

    ligature, ligsation, astriction, constriction bandage, obligation, reestraint, restriction, galloon swaddling

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How to use binding in a sentence?

  1. European Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova:

    We have to build a bridge between our data protection authorities and those of the USA and put it into a legally binding text, we should manage that by the next meeting on Dec. 17.


    Art tranacends all other professions due to its sheer ownability by one and all driving the audience into an egoless state, uniting cultures and binding relations since eternity! As an artist, we belong to a religionless religion, no wonder we love dissolving our identities to create a cosmic identity!

  3. Arias Canete:

    First we want a binding agreement, but we want a deal which is valid for the whole century, we do not want the Paris agreement with commitments ending in 2030 because the Paris agreement cannot be an agreement that starts in 2020 or 2021 and finishes in 2030, like the Kyoto Protocol, which finishes in 2020.

  4. Dave Carney:

    I don’t know what motivated (Trump) specifically, but the problem is that it’s a non-binding deal.

  5. Rick Osterloh:

    We've been clear from the beginning that we will not use Fitbit health and wellness data for Google ads, we recently offered to make a legally binding commitment to the European Commission regarding our use of Fitbit data. As we do with all our products, we will give Fitbit users the choice to review, move or delete their data.

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