Bond and Ties


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Bond noun – Something that physically prevents free movement.
Ties and bond are semantically related in ropes topic. In some cases you can use "Ties" instead a noun "Bond".
Nearby Words: bonded, bonding, bondsman, bonder, bondholder
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Bond and ties are semantically related in fastening topic. You can use "Bond" instead the word "Ties" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as relationship.
Synonyms for Ties

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  • Recap / Tintin Tintin In The Congo Bond Villain Stupidity: At one point, Tintin is captured by the hired killer, who instead of just shooting Tintin ties him up over the river and leaves him to be eaten by crocodiles.
  • Film / The Boondock Saints Bond One-Liner: Parodied in the second film when Romeo ties up a janitor and threatens him into coming up with a cool thing for Romeo to say when the gunfire stops. Bling-Bling-BANG!
  • Film / X-Men: Apocalypse Erik and Charles each have one scene that demonstrates their father-daughter bond—one is born through blood ties and the other is forged through a shared manifestation of the X-gene.
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