-n. 3. leap, spring, vault, saltation, Dressage. curvet, jump, hop, bounce; caper, antic, gambol, gambado, prance, flounce. bound3, n. 1. Usu. bounds limits, boundaries; borders, outskirts. See boundary (defs. 1-3).
2. out of bounds a. forbidden, prohibited, taboo, banned, off-limits, b. untoward, improper, uncalled for, unbecoming; disrespectful, irreverent, discourteous, impolite, rude.
-v. 3. limit, confine, cramp, straiten, restrict, restrain; circumscribe, demarcate, delimit, hem in, wall in.
4. adjoin, abut, border, lie next to, be adjacent to, be contiguous with. boundary, n. 1. frontier, frontier line, boundary line, bounding line, border line, partition line, line of demarcation, line, fence.
2. border, perimeter, periphery, edge, rim, fringe, verge, skirt; circumference, circuit, compass, ambit, margin, frame, outline, confine, confines; brink, brim, brow, hem; bound, limit, butting, abuttal, bourn, pale, extremity, termination; limits, city limits, outer limits.
3. borderland, borderground, borders, bounds, march, marches, marchland; outpost, outskirts, purlieu, suburbs, Fr. banlieue. boundless, adj. unbounded, unlimited, uncircumscribed, unrestricted, limitless, illimitable, shoreless; immense, vast, great, extensive; incalculable, undetermined, indeterminate, indefinite, undefined; immeasurable, measureless, innumerable, numberless, myriad, countless, untold, uncounted; infinite, endless, without end, unending, never-ending, interminable, inexhaustible; unceasing, constant, uninterrupted, perpetual, eternal; permanent, enduring, everlasting, perdurable. bountiful, adj. 1. generous, liberal, giving, munificent, princely, openhanded, free-handed; altruistic, free, unselfish, unsparing, unstinting, self-sacrificing; charitable, philanthropic, eleemosynary; kind, good, beneficent, benevolent, magnanimious, big-hearted, large-hearted.
2. rich, luxuriant, lavish, rank, prodigal, prolific, proliferous; profuse, rife, replete, abounding, overflowing, overspilling, spilling over, running over, exuberant, superabundant; full, filled, abrim, chock-a-block, Brit. Inf. chocker, Inf. chock-full, bursting, bristling, teeming, jammed, packed, Inf. jam-packed, Archaic, fraught.
3. ample, abundant, plentiful, plenteous, plenitudi-nous, bounteous, copious, fat, bumper; immeasurable, unmeasured, unstinted, inexhaustible, bottomless; much, many, numerous, Inf. dime a dozen; in quantity or quantities, in plenty, Inf. aplenty, Inf. galore. bounty, n. 1. generosity, liberality, munificence, open-handedness, free-handedness; charity, charitableness, philanthropy, almsgiving, giving, donating; altruism, unselfishness, self-sacrifice; kindness, goodness, beneficence, benevolence, grace, big-heartedness; grace, help, aid, assistance, relief, succor.
2. gift, largess, tribute, present, presentation, handsel or hansel; contribution, donation, offering, benefaction; grant, subsidy, subvention, endowment, bestowal, concession.
3. bonus, premium, gratuity, tip; reward, guerdon, honorarium, Archaic, meed; recompense, remuneration, rebate, solatium, Inf. kickback. bouquet, n. 1. nosegay, bunch of flowers, posy, corsage, boutonniere; spray, Brit. Dial, bough-pot; garland, wreath, festoon, chaplet.
2. aroma, odor, scent, fragrance, perfume, spicy smell; redolence, odoriferousness, savor; trail, trace, breath.