shackle[ shak-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF shackle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHACKLE
Did I make them, I would not attempt to shackle the conscience of any one.
“Why, the beggars have knocked the shackle off the chain,” cried Raft.
My tormentors did not shackle me; I was spared that humiliation.
Sad and strange to say, it is also associated with the whip, the shackle, and the cowhide.
A town without a charter,' he says, 'is a town without a shackle.'
He went off again, and Shackle stood shaking his fist after him.
Shackle followed him, net in one hand, wooden netting-needle in the other.
Now, Tom, let the chain out; I will jump below and knock out the shackle.
He knows, Maurice stammered, that if he were to feel a shackle I would abandon——.
Shackle the chain again, heave taut, and cast off the lashings.