harnesses[ hahr-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF harnesses
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARNESSES
And if we were to obtain control of the apparatus which harnesses the ray?
The poet, the artist, the dreamer that harnesses his mind—all can contemplate.
This done, it harnesses itself anew and re-commences its efforts.
In dividing the harnesses they came upon a cow-bell hanging on a nail.
Saddles and harnesses were at first made of skins and sometimes of cloth.
I am overhauling these harnesses, to get them all ready for winter.
Old Memotas had especially manufactured the harnesses for this event.
After the threads leave the beam, they are drawn through the "harnesses."
In the dim light he harnesses his horse and lights his lamp.
He rubs his harnesses methodically with a thick, black cloth.