bound form

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n bound form a morpheme that occurs only as part of a larger construction; eg an -s at the end of plural nouns
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Usage

In literature:

Wires should never be just twisted together and then bound with tape to form a joint.
"Common Science" by Carleton W. Washburne
And toward it, bound and helpless, was being carried a struggling form which he thought he recognized.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, June, 1930" by Various
We reached them as wild whoopings filled the air, And dusky forms came bounding from the woods.
"Graham's Magazine Vol XXXIII No. 2 August 1848" by Various
Martin inclined his head towards the bound form of their captive, lying beyond earshot.
"Fire Mountain" by Norman Springer
The TARSUS is formed of seven irregular bones, which are so firmly bound together as to permit but little movement.
"A Treatise on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene (Revised Edition)" by Calvin Cutter
A series of posters may be bound together in book form.
"Primary Handwork" by Ella Victoria Dobbs
The Empire is being formed, its material bounds marked out, here definitely, there lost in receding vistas.
"The Origins and Destiny of Imperial Britain" by J. A. Cramb
This is all a form of feminine hysteria, Stacey; it's bound to pass.
"The Co-Citizens" by Corra Harris
And now, as he came close to Chester, a second form bounded after him.
"The Boy Allies with the Cossacks" by Clair W. Hayes
Laying the form down, he brought out his handkerchief and bound up the wound as well as he was able.
"The Campaign of the Jungle" by Edward Stratemeyer
A band of roses, one end of which formed a garland falling to the floor, circled and bound in her curls.
"Mistress Nell" by George C. Hazelton, Jr.
It was believed that the witches, bound by a pact with the Devil, made use of spirits that took animal forms.
"A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718" by Wallace Notestein
She is bound to produce a form, admirable to human beings, by continual breaking away of substance.
"Modern Painters, Volume IV (of V)" by John Ruskin
Formerly, a quart pot was called a hoop, being formed of staves bound together with hoops like barrels.
"Folk-lore of Shakespeare" by Thomas Firminger Thiselton-Dyer
Several others present bound themselves not to fag for the fifth-form at once.
"Tom Brown's School Days" by Thomas Hughes
We form a long train, a strange procession, bound by no tie but that of common humanity.
"An American Girl Abroad" by Adeline Trafton
To be "placed under bounds" appears to mean banishment or confinement, under the form of a prohibition to cross certain stated "bounds.
"Villani's Chronicle" by Giovanni Villani
The originals are engrossed on parchment that is fourteen by nineteen inches in size, and bound into book form.
"Harper's Round Table, June 18, 1895" by Various
A well-formed wedge is bound to make some gain for the side using it, but there are many ways of meeting the play.
"Harper's Round Table, September 10, 1895" by Various
The imposthume, which had so long been forming, was bound to come to a head at last and burst.
"The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi" by Count Carlo Gozzi
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In poetry:

The silver cord that bound his life
Is loosened; the aged form
Reposes now on his narrow bed,
With darkness, decay, and the worm.
"Decay" by Janet Hamilton
He formed the stars, those heav'nly flames;
He counts their numbers, calls their names;
His wisdom's vast, and knows no bound,
A deep where all our thoughts are drowned.
"Psalm 147 part 1" by Isaac Watts
Thenceforward and forever free.
Thenceforward and forever free.
No man may be bound or fined or slain till he has been judged by his peers.
To form a more perfect Union.
"Nightmare At Noon" by Stephen Vincent Benet
Soon they reach'd a steep staircase form'd under the ground;
Poor Anna descended untold,
For she knew the drear dungeon where Edmund lay bound,
A prey to want, famine, and cold.
"Edmund And Anna" by Charlotte Dacre
Today is a soaring; and summit and steeple
And smoke form the clearing discover the sky.**
Uncover the sky for us, upward-bound-skylark-
The song will remain though the singer must die.
"Nothing Grows Old" by Phoebe Hesketh
Then little Olaf sprang joyfully into the room,
And bounding upon the bed, not fearing the corpse in the gloom;
And crept close beside the white form,
That was wont to walk by his side night and morn.
"A Tale of Elsinore" by William Topaz McGonagall

In news:

TO no one's surprise, An Evening Dinner Theater is at its best with musicals that are tradition-bound, rather than technologically up to the minute or innovative in form.
An ordinary proton or neutron (foreground) is formed of three quarks bound together by gluons, carriers of the color force.
So much of classical music is bound up in big forms: mammoth symphonies, flashy concertos and grand operas.
Over the long holiday weekend, four top Republicans in Congress said they would not be bound by their signing of the conservative activist's pledge not to raise taxes on their constituents in any way, shape, or form.
That's because parents of college-bound seniors will be facing complicated financial aid forms in January, and planning ahead means you're likely to get more help.
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In science:

These bounds will not have the form of Bekenstein’s conjectured inequality (1), though in some cases they may obey that inequality.
Defining Entropy Bounds
Only in cases in which the metric is not too much different from flat spacetime would one expect that no singularities develop from gravitational collapse, and in these cases one might expect an entropy bound not too different from its flat spacetime form.
Defining Entropy Bounds
Xn 6=0 with undetermined (but bounded) coefficients an (no explicit examples of cusp forms are known and string theory may produce examples in the scattering).
On the finiteness of N=8 quantum supergravity
When bound to the fivebranes, the membranes appear as N units of H01(10) -flux, where H is the (self-dual) three-form field strength on the fivebrane worldvolume.
IIA/B, Wound and Wrapped
The exact determination of the bound state wavefunction, even for N = 2, is a difficult problem on which little progress has been made. A more tractable and still very interesting problem is the determination of the asymptotic form of the ground state.
M(atrix) Theory: Matrix Quantum Mechanics as a Fundamental Theory
Let us formulate the bound in the simplest form, which is suitable for the computation of explicit numbers bounding the probability of a large deviation.
Universal bounds on the selfaveraging of random diffraction measures
It makes explicit the uniformity of the large deviation upper-bound, independently of the set Γ (other than the minimal distance between points in Γ), the form of the distribution (other than through uniform bounds on the magnitude of the scatterers), and the observable ϕ (other than through a Sobolev-norm).
Universal bounds on the selfaveraging of random diffraction measures
Then we have the bound on the discrete Γ-norm in terms of the a-weighted Sobolev-type norm of the form kgkΓ ≤ kgkν,a .
Universal bounds on the selfaveraging of random diffraction measures
This bound has the form 2−x−kh(x) where h is a periodic function of x and is therefore bounded by a constant.
Expected number of distinct part sizes in a random integer composition
The bound on g and its nonconstant character are easily checked numerically although calculations dealing with f rather than analytically derived asymptotic forms are rather sensitive.
Expected number of distinct part sizes in a random integer composition
In this paper we will consider an SL(2, Z ) invariant type IIB string theory vacuum of the form (F, D1, NS5, D5) which is a non-threshold bound states of (N , M ) 5-branes with the (N ′ , M ′ ) strings of type IIB supergravity .
On decoupled theories in (5+1) dimensions from (F,D1,NS5,D5) supergravity configuration
The middle 2q spins form a tightly bound singlet cluster.
Random Magnetism in $S=1/2$ Heisenberg Chains with Bond Alternation and Randomness on the Strong Bonds
The linear approximation to the boson/fermion coupled case brings an additonal bound state equation for mesons, which consists of one fermion and one boson, again of the same form as the well-known ’t Hooft equation.
Large N limit of SO(N) gauge theory of fermions and bosons
Therefore, regardless of the form of the equation of state, the cosmological Smarr’s formula (23) reduces to the Smarr’s formula (15) for a thermodynamic system with the Casimir energy EC when the bound (27) on EC is saturated.
A Note on the Cardy-Verlinde Formula
We thus suggest that, even if TI were the sole cloud-forming agent in the ISM, clouds formed by it should be bounded by accreting gas traversing the unstable range, rather than by sharp transitions to the stable warm phase.
The nonlinear development of the thermal instability in the atomic ISM and its interaction with random fluctuations
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