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agreement a legally binding contract, compact, or covenant, or the document that represents it. [1/5 definitions]
bibliophile a lover or collector of books, esp. for the fine or rare physical qualities of their paper, printing, binding, or the like.
bind the act of binding or state of being bound. [1/13 definitions]
black and white print or writing considered as documentary evidence or binding proof. [1/2 definitions]
bonded subject to a binding promise to pay, as monetary debt. [1/3 definitions]
bookbinding the process, art, or practice of binding books.
bound1 having a binding or cover. [1/5 definitions]
buckram a stiff cotton fabric used esp. in the binding of books and in the lining of some clothes. [1/2 definitions]
chain a series of connected links, usu. made of metal, used for attaching, pulling, binding, or ornamentation. [1/9 definitions]
concurrent resolution a resolution passed by both houses of a bicameral legislative body that is not legally binding and does not require the chief executive's signature.
contract an agreement, usu. legally binding, entered into by two or more parties that specifies what each party will do or not do. [1/8 definitions]
cord a binding, restraining, or restrictive force. [1/8 definitions]
custom in law, such traditional practices of a social group regarded as legally binding because of long usage. [1/8 definitions]
dust jacket a paper cover to protect a book's binding. [1/2 definitions]
fealty the loyalty pledged by a vassal to a feudal lord and considered as binding. [1/2 definitions]
gentlemen's agreement an unwritten agreement that is binding through the parties' pledge of honor but not enforceable by law. [1/2 definitions]
lashing2 the action of binding, as with a rope, or the material used to do this.
ligature a binding or tying of any sort. [1/4 definitions]
natural law a law or body of laws considered to be inherent in nature, right reason, or religion, and believed to be morally binding on human actions. [1/2 definitions]
nonbinding combined form of binding.
obiter dictum an incidental or supplementary judicial opinion that is not legally binding. [1/2 definitions]