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'There is bound for him to feel pain.'

I just wanted to avoid using possible and possibility too much and try to

use new words but properly.

so how do I use bound to mean 'high possibility'?

Can I say 'highly bound'?

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There are various synonyms of the word possibility that can be used in this place. For instance, we can use plausibility or likelihood.

There is a plausibility that he will feel pain. There is a likelihood that he will feel pain.

The second sentence can be better put as:

It is highly likely that he will feel pain.

If you really want to use the word bound, you can do so by slightly modifying the sentence:

He is bound to feel pain.

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