a linguistic form that never occurs by itself but always as part of some larger construction, as -ed in seated.: Compare free form (def. 2).
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How to use bound form in a sentence
About 600 copies are sold at news stands and 500 are brought out at the end of the year in bound form.
Rounding the big poplar, she beheld a shapeless, blanket-swathed, rope-bound form lumped against the trunk.Rayton: A Backwoods Mystery | Theodore Goodridge Roberts
Volume I is to be had only in its bound form, and the number of copies is limited.The Goat-gland Transplantation | Sydney B. Flower