manacled[ man-uh-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF manacled
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANACLED
He was manacled and guarded as though he were a raving madman.
I have already said my hands were manacled from the back; so also were Man Sing's.
His hands were manacled, his legs also were loaded with chains.
When the President was manacled and at the mercy of the House they would be satisfied.
True, he was soon too weak to lift his manacled hands in strife.
The men were manacled together in twos, and sometimes three and four in a group.
When we were there he had twelve, all manacled, and reposing on grass mats at night.
One by one, the men in the room were manacled, despite their protests.
They were ranged, manacled in pairs, beneath the same tree of sacrifice.
For this act of contempt he was seized, manacled, and confined in Fort King.
c.1300, "to fetter with manacles," from manacle (n.). Related: Manacled; manacling.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MANACLED
- held back
- reined in