Thesaurus / shackles
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It was dark when Shackles and Little Nell had come slowly to where they could hear the murmur of the army's bivouac.

Wounds in the rainStephen Crane

A revolutionary effort must be made before the worrier and the folly-doubter can throw off his shackles.

Why Worry?George Lincoln Walton, M.D.

The Bishop refused both demands; and Jeanne was brought in, dressed as a man, with her feet in shackles.

The old names were manacles, shackbolts or shackles, gyves and swivels.

On the contrary I see in logistic only shackles for the inventor.

Go and tell Mr Jellaby,” said he, “to shorten in to two shackles.

Crown and AnchorJohn Conroy Hutcheson

“Do what is best,” said my father, and the shackles were put on.

Mass' GeorgeGeorge Manville Fenn

Then the cable was cut, and, with its shackles and chains, allowed to go plump into the sea.

When he had gone I put all the other shackles away out of reach so there could be no mixing up.

It did this subsequently under the stress of external events in the effort to throw off the shackles of British oppression.

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