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Synonyms for leash

Synonyms for leash

to restrict the activity or free movement of

an instrument or means of restraining

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restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal

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the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one

a figurative restraint

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fasten with a rope

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Even if the leashed dog isn't offended by the visiting dog, many dogs become overly excited by the unexpected encounters.
But Julianne is such a wonderful, kind and happy person so that made it easy to feel safe crawling around leashed up," she added.
Dogs must be leashed and are restricted to paved roads and designated beaches.
During the summer months, leashed dogs are welcome to ride the aerial gondola up to High Camp at 8,200 feet.
The cautious dog would like to retreat to safety, but knows the leash restricts his movement, and elects to act out his second option to increase distance--a growl and a snap to signal to the other dog to move away--who cannot, because he is leashed.
Polite, leashed dogs with up-to-date vaccinations are welcome, organizers said.
Keeping your dog leashed while hiking also can protect your pet from injury - or worse - in a trailside encounter with others.
As we ate I watched a steady stream of leashed dogs walk by our restaurant window.
House cats should be kept indoors if possible and should be supervised or leashed when allowed outside, health officials said.