Definition of Bound For

(sometimes figuratively) Moving towards, going in the direction of.

- Me, he told, he was
**bound for**Venus. - Am thinkin' the minister's
**bound for**Tilliedrum. - All
**bound for**Table Bay. - I am
**bound for**California by way of the Isthmus. - They were
**bound for**the Bar S and a job.

- Bound for the northern seas.
- Where are you
**bound for**next? - In it she is
**bound for**all time. - He was
**bound for**home. - On the same cart were
**bound for**the fair. - I am hell-
**bound for**eternity. - Where we was
**bound for**and why is none of your business. - Bound for purer woods and skies.
- They demanded to know where that train was
**bound for**. - He believed in hell and told you you were
**bound for**it. - How far is a husband
**bound for**the maintenance of his wife? - He gazed at her spell-
**bound for**a second or two. - No man left it in the morning
**bound for**business. - As
**bound for**bright achievement, not for death. - Every ship
**bound for**our shores must be captured or sunk. - So he was
**bound for**Antwerp! - He was
**bound for**Calcutta. - We were
**bound for**Madrid. - We are
**bound for**Edelweiss. - And she was now
**bound for**Paris. - They were
**bound for**the Armenian convent. - We are
**bound for**some port on the Riviera. - The frigates were
**bound for**Batavia. - Every ship is
**bound for**Thule. - Doubtless they were also
**bound for**Algiers. - Were they really
**bound for**Bristol? - And now we meet again on the steamer
**bound for**Europe! - Where was Molly
**bound for**at this early hour? - To Iemon she is
**bound for**two existences. - Should he a soldier sail
**bound for**those Ilian walls. - I believe it must be a steamer
**bound for**Tampa. - Come with me, we will board the train
**bound for**Marquette. - Three ships
**bound for**America went down last month. - A funeral procession,
**bound for**the graveyard at Wayfleet. - I seem to see a storm-tossed soul Bound for eternity.