[ in-bond ]
/ ˈɪnˌbɒnd /
composed mainly or entirely of headers (opposed to outbond).
- inborn error of metabolism,
- inbounds line
Origin of inbond
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Examples from the Web for inbond
Inbond, in′bond, adj. laid with its length across the thickness of a wall:—opp.