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housebound

[hous-bound]
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adjective
  1. restricted to the house, as by bad weather or illness.
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Origin of housebound

First recorded in 1875–80; house + -bound1
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Related Words for housebound

damaged, harmed, deformed, handicapped, broken, paralyzed, impaired, mangled, marred, halt, lame, incapacitated, maimed, game, enfeebled, hamstrung, gimp, bedridden, defective, housebound

British Dictionary definitions for housebound

housebound

adjective
  1. unable to leave one's house because of illness, injury, etc
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housebound in Medicine

housebound

(housbound′)
adj.
  1. Confined to one's home, as by illness.
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