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Synonyms for handcuff

Synonyms for handcuff

something that physically confines the legs or arms

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for handcuff

shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist

confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs


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When asked if he was surprised Mr McCourt was still handcuffed he said: "Yes, I instructed the handcuffs to be taken off.
The agents handcuffed this individual for the duration of the search.
On the big day, Sale is handcuffed to a briefcase that contains the ballots, and counterfeit ballots are produced in case the briefcase falls into the wrong hands.
They had him handcuffed and taken up to the security office,'' Levin said.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Griffiths and friend Huw Parry were handcuffed and searched.
Gotter said he hadn't heard that the boy was handcuffed or placed in the car.
Mena, the Court, adopting arguments advanced by state and local organizations, held that the handcuffed detention by police of Iris Mena during the execution of a lawful search warrant was reasonable and did not violate her constitutional protection against unwarranted search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment.
Jones, of Brithweunydd Road, Trealaw, had been handcuffed and put in the back of a police vehicle while the officers went to speak to his father-in-law but when they returned they found he had gone.
FIRE crews came to the rescue last night after someone handcuffed a dog's leg.
An NYPD spokesman said Courtney had to be restrained and handcuffed because she was "acting in an irrational manner".
After guards beat, hooded, and stripped him, Lazim said, "Graner handcuffed him to the corner of his bed," where he remained for days.
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on March 7th, he handcuffed a female shoplifting suspect and seated her in the back of his patrol car.
He was arrested on suspicion of damaging a fence, was handcuffed and placed in the rear of a police car.
A POLICE officer about to retire after 30 years service was handcuffed and brought before a judge to be presented with a certificate thanking him for his work.