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noun as in gear for controlling an animal

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Virtual Babysitter Who needs kid harnesses and leashes when you can slap a GPS on your pet and dog instead?

Medusa-emblazoned harnesses, stylish rock concert tees, and blaring rap music.

Called the “sOccket,” the ball harnesses energy from rotating in play with technology that converts motion into power.

There were high-waisted leather shorts, dresses with harnesses, and then dream-like tulle ball gowns.

But as the story develops, and Andrew discovers he is telekinetic, he harnesses his new powers to improve his filmmaking.

The finest of these are lacquered with silver and gold, while the harnesses and whips are made of real silver and gold.

When he wants to take a ride, he harnesses up several pairs of these dogs, and off he goes, almost as swift as the wind.

I have seen coach-harnesses made of them which were very firm and tough.

Jan and Shelby could see the light flashing on their jeweled harnesses and on the weapons which they flourished defiantly.

Then the harnesses are put on the loom, the threads attached to the cylinder on which the cloth is to be wound.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harnesses, such as: belt, strap, tackle, equipment, tack, and trappings.

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