Bonding in a sentence

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Definition of Bonding

  • the process of fastening firmly together.
  • fastening firmly together
  • (dentistry) a technique for repairing a tooth; resinous material is applied to the surface of the tooth where it adheres to the tooth's enamel
  • a close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child)

How to use bonding in a sentence. Bonding pronunciation.

As there is a tradition and bonding of common interest about the Universities, and in a less degree about army, navy, public schools, and professions, which draws together and marks with its impress those who are attached to them, so there is a certain cabala and membership among lodgers which none can understand except those who are free of that guild.
Women in all towns, villages and third-class cities vote on bonding propositions.
Consequently in the walls of temples and other carefully constructed buildings an elaborate system of bonding by means of clamps and dowels was resorted to.
The columns and roofing-beams of the temples and houses were made of its stem, which was also employed for bonding the brick walls of the cities.
There's nothing like a decision and a permanent bonding and lifelong commitment to make a woman happy.

Examples of Bonding

Example #1
The lodging-house life, call it squalid, mean, dreary if you will, is not without its alleviations and counterpoises.
Example #2
The architect was a man of gregarious instinct.
Example #3
Women engaged in agriculture vote for Kingdom of members of the chamber of agriculture; also eligible.
Example #4
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Example #5
The blocks of marble are seen to be perfectly rectangular and of uniform length and height.
Example #6
But lime-mortar, i.e., lime mixed with sand and used as a bond for masonry, is all but unknown in Greek work.