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huggermugger

Synonyms:

cloak-and-dagger, covertly, secretiveness, Clandestinity, Secretness, Covertness, clandestinely, clandestineness, huggermuggery, clandestine.
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Correct spelling:
binding

Synonyms:

adjective
all
binding.
bounden
under obligation.
confining
enslaved, fastened, limiting, attached, Restraining, indentured, tying, tied.
hard-and-fast
set in concrete.
necessary
conclusive, irrevocable, unalterable, bounden, indissoluble, imperative, required, essential, incumbent on, compulsory, obligatory, requisite, mandatory.
obedient
dutiful.
obligatory
requisite, constraining, compulsory, required, obligatory, necessary, indispensable, mandatory, pressing, inevitable, incumbent, imperative.
obliged
bounden.
permanent
indissoluble.
required
involuntary, requisite, mandatory, proviso, prerequisite, obligatory, inexorable, inevitable, pressing, required, compulsory, constraining, essential, indispensable, inescapable, necessary, imperative, must, Stipulated.
noun
agriculture
farming.
artifact
binding.
attribute
binding.
binding
cover, constipating, costive, constricting, bandaging, dressing, book binding, back, valid, tight.
cover
sheet, masquerade, tarp, window-dressing, tent, fig leaf, false front, TARPS, varnish, teguments, tegument.
cover; something which fastens
belt, fastener, tie, adhesive, wrapper, jacket.
fastener
button, brace, binder, seal, cleat, mucilage, stitch, band, catch, closure, agent, clasp, spike, cinch, grapnel, string, braid, clinch, cotter, cincture, pin, rivet, twine, mediator, bond, hook, clamp, chain, latch, hawser, anchor, ligament, connector, link, brad, knitting, nail, tack, hitch, stay, hasp, skewer, lock, knot, staple, bolt, bracket, tie, glue, lace, suture, fuse, weld, buckle, fastener, rabbet, splice, middleman, medium, thread, zipper, snap, go-between, vise, guy, belt, Vinculum, strap, paste, hinge, cement, clip.
fastening
tether.
ligature
Ligaments, ligament.
plaster
Adhesives, stucco, Stuccos, Stuccoes, lime, limes, mortar, gypsum, gypsums, mortars.
tying
restrictive.
verb
attaching
coupling, juxtaposing, Attaching, merging, joining, Hitching, connecting, Annexing, Marrying, Relating, sticking, wedding, abutting, Affixing, bonding, Clinging, Adhering, fastening, splicing.
cohering
integrating, solidifying, Fusing, conforming, sticking together, Cohering.
fastening
strapping, braiding, Linking, lashing, lacing, Pasting, weaving, Buckling, Bracketing, Gluing, tying, Tethering, Chaining, Cementing, stitching, suturing, Knotting, Staying, Plaiting, Clinching, Hinging, zipping, Stringing, welding.
requiring
compelling, Stipulating, Requiring, mandating, Obligating.
restraining
controlling, Bridling, Collaring, confining, restricting, impeding, Restraining, hindering, inhibiting, constricting, Leashing, Shackling, Detaining.
sewing
cross stitching, crocheting, basting, chain stitching, buttonholing, Purling, tacking, Seaming, backstitching, Embroidering, sewing, quilting.
subordinating
enthralling, Subjecting, Enslaving, Subjugating, subordinating.
Examples of usage:
  1. Gentlemen, when calling on any number of ladies, send in only one card, and cards left on a reception day where a person is visiting are not binding on the visitor to return. – Manners and Social Usages by Mrs. John M. E. W. Sherwood
  2. You are sure you understand- this is no binding promise on my part? – The Captain of the Gray-Horse Troop by Hamlin Garland
  3. But if he had been, would that have rendered a promise to him less binding? – Long Odds by Harold Bindloss
  4. To the Indians a promise is not given, a statement is not true, a treaty is not binding, unless there is a present for each clause. – The Road to Frontenac by Samuel Merwin
  5. Pray let me know if I am fast in the binding, or whether I am liable to become lost, strayed, or stolen. – An I.D.B. in South Africa by Louise Vescelius-Sheldon
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