elizabeth (rainbow_yarn) wrote in 1word1day,

Blue hair Tuesday

I hate it when the words I want to share have already been posted. Stoppit!

hidebound [HAHYD-bound]

1. narrow and rigid in opinion; inflexible
2. oriented toward or confined to the past; extremely conservative
3. (of a horse, cow, etc.) having the back and ribs bound tightly by the hide.


You'd have thought my sister had killed someone by the way my hidebound parents reacted when they found out she had a girlfriend.
Tags: adjective, h

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