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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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If the dating holds up, this would be the earliest evidence for dog leashes in the archaeological record by thousands of years," according to the study in Science.
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In response to this desire, Stylie Dog offers a full line of the chic dog accessories, from collars to leashes to collapsible water bowls, as well as their flagship product: the patented Leash Pack, a small nylon pouch that strings onto a leash to carry keys, plastic bags and the like while out on walks.
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But when I stand at the window and watch them walk to their cars after class, the majority of dogs are leaning on the ends of their leashes as they strain to sniff enticing odors on their way back to their cars.
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My dog-to-dog introduction routine involves letting the dogs see each other from a distance and, if all appears copacetic as the dogs near each other, dropping leashes and letting the dogs interact normally, without human interference.