fetter[ fet-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF fetter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FETTER
Briefly, I sketched the Chief's report, Fetter nodding every few words.
Marriage is no fetter about a man or woman, binding both to that which they may get to hate.
Each engagement, even a temporary one, was felt as a fetter by Erasmus.
It is a bauble meant to gratify her: why make it a fetter, be it ever so light a one?
The groan of breaking hearts is there—The falling lash—the fetter's clank!
Froude and I were nobodies; with no characters to lose, and no antecedents to fetter us.
It consisted of seventy-two members of the Fetter Lane Society.
No longer was the Fetter Lane Society a calm abode of peace.
To yield to it, is to fetter our life with self-imposed and fantastic chains.
The entente cordiale is simply a fetter and a dead weight upon you.