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bound by trees
I'd like to ask what "bound" means in the following sentence:
I was attempting to take a photograph of an area bound by trees, about fifty yards in front of me in my driveway.
Does "bound by trees" mean "surrounded by trees"?
Re: bound by trees
Yes it does. The trees form a boundary around the area.
Originally Posted by KLPNO
"Bound" is also the past participle of "bind", but generally, trees don't bind things.
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