bound (adj.)
obliged, indebted, under an obligation
1H6 II.i.37[Talbot to all, of Salisbury and the King] I am bound to both
1H6 II.iv.128[Richard to Vernon] I am bound to you
3H6 II.iv.3[Richard to Clifford] Suppose this arm is for the Duke of York, / And this for Rutland, both bound to revenge
Cym III.v.49[Queen to Cymbeline, of Innogen's duty] Which daily she was bound to proffer
Cym IV.ii.46[disguised Innogen to all] I am bound to you [punned as 'linked' in next line]
H8 I.ii.112[King Henry to Queen Katherine, of Buckingham] To nature none more bound
MW[Fenton to Host] So shall I evermore be bound to thee
RJ IV.ii.32[Capulet to Juliet, of the Friar] All our whole city is much bound to him
TNK V.ii.42[Gaoler's Daughter to Gaoler, of the Wooer she thinks of as Palamon] I am much bound to him