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Synonyms for binding
ˈbaɪn dɪŋbind·ing

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. binding

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

    loosening, opening, enlarging, distending

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  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 Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. bindingnoun

    bandage, band, fillet

  2. bindingnoun

    cover, covering

  3. bindingadjective

    astringent, contracting, styptic

  4. bindingadjective

    obligatory, valid

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words0.0 / 0 votes

  1. bindingadjective

    astringent, astrictive, obligatory, valid

    optional, elective

  2. bindingnoun

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

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  1. Christopher Faraone:

    Most of the curses are what we call binding spells: they aim at binding or inhibiting the performance of a rival. A lot of them have to do with legal cases. They say things like, Bind the tongue and the thoughts of so-and-so, who is about to testify against me on Monday, we have some that are aimed at rival musicians or actors, and a couple that seem to be connected with athletics. We have some that run something like this, Bind Helen, so that she is unsuccessful when she flirts or makes love with Demetrius. But the great majority of them seem to be connected with lawsuits.

  2. James K. Polk:

    The Constitution itself, plainly written as it is, the safeguard of our federative compact, the offspring of concession and compromise, binding together in the bonds of peace and union this great and increasing family of free and independent States, will be the chart by which I shall be directed.

  3. Dean Gooderham Acheson:

    Time spent in the advertising business seems to create a permanent deformity like the Chinese habit of foot-binding.


    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!

  5. Governor Carlos Costa:

    The sale process is going normally, with the five bidders selected by the Bank of Portugal now in the phase of preparing binding offers after the evaluation of the non-binding offers.

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