One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the two women forged a close bond’
friendship, relationship, fellowship, partnership, association, affiliation, alliance, coalition
attachment, tie, link, connection, union, nexus
2bonds‘the prisoner struggled with his bonds’
chains, fetters, shackles, manacles, irons
ropes, cords, ties, fastenings, restraints
3‘I ran away and I've broken my bond’
promise, pledge, vow, avowal, oath, word, word of honour, solemn word, guarantee, assurance
agreement, understanding, engagement, commitment, obligation, contract, pact, transaction, bargain, deal, settlement, covenant, compact, treaty, concordat, accord
1‘the extensions are bonded to small sections of your hair’
join, connect, fasten, fix, affix, attach, secure, bind, stick, glue, gum, paste, cement, fuse, weld, solder
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