Thesaurus / shackle
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At the end of July, his request for deportation was granted and he was flown back to Honduras in shackles.

To stay or to go?Hannah DreierDecember 26, 2020Washington Post

Now, as the first Gulf state to commit to diplomatic relations with Israel, the UAE is further breaking the shackles that have bound it to Saudi Arabia.

Rob merely knocked out a shackle pin and let the whole thing go.

The Boy Scouts for Uncle SamJohn Henry Goldfrap

Was it to do us good or ill, to give us liberty, or to shackle us?

Now, Tom, let the chain out; I will jump below and knock out the shackle.

My loved and lovely Soul has worn it through the ages: manacle, shackle.

I, Mary MacLaneMary MacLane

His astonishment increased, and his inclination to shackle me with the trappings of his own grandeur grew more intense.

Lady Eureka, v. 1 (of 3)Robert Folkestone Williams

A shackle with a lever-bolt, for letting go suddenly; yet, when ringed, is sufficient to secure the ship.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

A bar of iron slightly bent at one end like the common crow, but with a shackle instead of a claw at the bent end.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

Jezebel had pulled up her shackle, and was in "one of her moods," as Hunt always describes it.

Letters to HelenKeith Henderson

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