(third-person singular simple present upbinds, present participle upbinding, simple past and past participle upbound)
- 1600, Edward Fairfax, Godfrey of Bulloigne, or Jerusalem Delivered, translation of original by Torquato Tasso, Book X Stanza V:
- But when the night cast up her shade aloft, / And all earth's colors strange in sable dy'd, / He light, and as he could his wounds upbound, / And shook ripe dates down from a palm he found.
- 1834, William Sotheby, translator, Homer, Iliad, book 18, in The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, volume 2, Nicol, page 223,
- The reapers toil'd, the sickles in their hand, / Heap after heap fell thick along the land; / Three labourers grasp them, and in sheaves upbind; / Boys, gathering up their handfuls, went behind, / Proffering their load: