Adjective(1) confined usually by illness
(1) Without marijuana, they'd be housebound - weak, unable to hold down food and wracked with muscle spasms.(2) All housebound parishioners will be able to receive Holy Communion on Christmas Day from the Eucharistic Ministers.(3) What about elderly, disabled or housebound residents or people on low incomes who have to pay fares to get to the town hall?(4) A home library service in Pendle is appealing for more housebound customers after it became inundated with eager volunteers.(5) Those in pain, or housebound by illness, will not be impressed by waiting list cuts if they are still expected to wait years for treatment.(6) A disabled York man claims he will be made housebound and jobless if his specially-adapted car is taken from him.(7) Mrs Booth, who cares for her housebound husband, said she would not let the attack stop her going out, although she still thought about it constantly.(8) Despite months of hospital treatment and seven operations, Lauren is still unable to walk without the aid of crutches and is virtually housebound .(9) I am disabled and housebound , so have to put up with it all day, every day, and have been campaigning alone for nearly four years about this dreadful noise.(10) He was virtually housebound , unable to comb his hair or even make a cup of tea.(11) A disabled couple were left virtually housebound when heartless thieves stole their car with their wheelchair inside it.(12) The service will also include home visits for some housebound pensioners and disabled people.(13) A disabled man said he would be left housebound for months because he must wait to be assessed for equipment he needs to help him walk.(14) Holy Communion is brought to the sick and housebound after the 9 a.m. Mass on the second and third Sunday of the month.(15) They provide over 400 hot Sunday meals for housebound Londoners with Aids-related illness.(16) Well done indeed to all who visited elderly or housebound neighbours during last week's stormy conditions to make sure that all was well.
1. homebound ::
2. shut-in ::
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