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Synonyms for collar

Synonyms for collar

a seizing and holding by law

to take into custody as a prisoner

Synonyms for collar

(zoology) an encircling band or marking around the neck of any animal

anything worn or placed about the neck

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a short ring fastened over a rod or shaft to limit, guide, or secure a machine part

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the stitching that forms the rim of a shoe or boot

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a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it

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necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck

a figurative restraint

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the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)

take into custody

seize by the neck or collar

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furnish with a collar

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Go back 1,000 years or so to one of the great information revolutions of human history - the invention of the horse collar.
Must Be Hydrostatic And/or Manually Inflated Horse Collar Life Preservers.
In the second quarter, Manning caught the ball at the Houston 3, took off and was about to turn the corner at the 38 when kicker Stephen Gostkowski brought him down with a horse collar tackle, which likely prevented him from getting to the end zone.
Visitors to the Victorian Arcade Shopping Centre in Walsall were given top tips by 11-time world gurning champ Tommy Mattinson, from Cumbria, before sticking their head through a horse collar - as required in the event - and getting their gurn on.
IMPLICATIONS: Audi design boss Walter De Silva's latest creation provides the first harmonious fusion of the Audi horse collar grille with shapely bodywork in a compact 5-door package that features a more pronounced wedge-shape.
He reached out and wrapped a horse collar around the victim and then we hoisted them up,'' Martin said.
But during the dark ages, when government was weak, all the great inventions that set the stage for the industrial revolution occurred: the saddle, the stirrup, the horseshoe, the horse collar, the tandem harness (the chariot race in Ben Hur would in reality have been a much tamer affair), the water mill, the crank, and several others.
We've even had customers bring in antiques to add to our wall decor; from old rusty license plates to a leathered horse collar.