harness[ hahr-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF harness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARNESS
"My harness is yours by the law of arms," said the Spaniard, gloomily.
When they arrived at the stable Mike headed straight for the harness room.
Lucky the cayuse who happens to be the right size for his harness.
The bully is not always, or, in fact, often the leader in harness.
Put our dead and wounded in the carts, and we can harness two of these chargers to them.
Matt it was who tried to put him into the harness and make him haul sled with the other dogs.
I broke lose for one day from routine, from drudgery and harness.
Fact is, my job is to get it into harness and put it to work.
The loom-girl in these parts is never too early at her harness and shuttle.
But now we've got Harness here let's get him to settle the whole thing.