Definition of "oath-bound" [oath-bound]

  • Bound by oath. (unknown)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "oath-bound" in a sentence
  • "The broad masses of the Tibetan people have reposed great faith in me and I, likewise, have a karmic prayer and oath-bound duty to them."
  • "In the silent winter air tens of thousands of spellbound eyes watched a trembling Vema meet Warren's kiss to seal a wedding unlike any they were likely to ever see again: the marriage of a sorceress and a wizard, bound by more than any mere oath-bound also by a covenant of magic."
  • "Except that where and to whom a president speaks tells us a lot about how he views his relationship to the people he is oath-bound to serve."