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Bound with the hide of an animal.
hide (“animal skin”, noun) + bound (“tied”, adj)
However, everything in life is a risk, and let's not get too hidebound about it.
We are a fairly easy-going crowd and are not hidebound by too many rules; enjoyment of Cycling is the main thing.
Roman (Days) - A name coming from an empire that ruled most of the known world at one point combined with a character hidebound by the concepts of law and order speaks for itself.
The young couple led a somewhat dreary life, hidebound by court etiquette, which Victor Emmanuel hated.
Philip rivers-like holdout opposed to the she entered her up a hidebound.
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