chain[ cheyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF chain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAIN
Blow it,” he said, taking off the chain, “my mouth is too full of slime.
It is possible that this is one link in the chain of influence which she was weaving around them.
It must value men as men, not as functions of a chain of conventionalities.
He opened the door an inch and I could see a chain between the crack.
The chain and small brooch should be used if the hat pin is of much value.
An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slave-driver.
"That's so, you didn't fasten the chain to a stake or a tree," said Owen.
But Tito, brought up at the end of a chain, was a poor runner.
Time and absence have but strengthened the chain that binds us.
They had wrapped the links of the chain in grass and leaves, so that no clanking was heard.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHAIN
- pecking order