shackle


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • verb
  • noun

Synonyms for shackle

Synonyms for shackle

something that physically confines the legs or arms

to restrict the activity or free movement of

Synonyms for shackle

a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)

a U-shaped bar

Related Words

bind the arms of

Synonyms

Related Words

restrain with fetters

References in periodicals archive ?
Grey is the most exciting network in the world at the moment," says Shackle without any hint of a doubt.
The inventor of the Door Shackle has developed a working prototype that has been utilized with success.
He said he was sure he would have communicated in a phone call to BA that the drogue shackle nut and bolt should not be overtightened.
I can say I have never received a letter which meant more to me (Boettinger to Shackle, 10 August 1967, Shackle Papers, 9/1/461)
Although Adidas initially defended the designer of the shackle shoes, Jeremy Scott, as having a "quirky" and "lighthearted" vision, the company turned around and announced it would pull the sneakers from its line, according to (http://www.
Finally, both mandate that the sole decision regarding whether to shackle or not rests with the presiding judge.
Useful Products has introduced the patented VIC-LOK Shackle, described as the strongest domestically forged shackle in the market.
The electronic Hockey Puck--suited for use in applications that require access control for containers, entry gates, substations or any location where there's no available power--has a stainless-steel body that completely surrounds a stainless-steel shackle when closed; the buried shackle design prevents attack by bolt cutters.
Rusty Shackle are set to play a host of gigs across South Wales, including The Promised Land, Cardiff and The Owain Glyndwer on Saturday, straight after Wales take on the All Blacks.
Where some brands only secure one side of the shackle, OnGuard's exclusive X4P Quattro, X2P Dual Lock Down and X2 Double Bolt mechanisms secure both sides of the shackle to resist attack from prying and jacking.
Any decision to shackle a minor who appears in the Juvenile Delinquency Court for a court proceeding must be based on the nonconforming conduct and behavior of that individual minor," according to the ruling.
The shackle struck his Rover with such force it smashed straight out through the rear window.
They are available in three different shackle widths of 5, 6 and 8mm, and two different shackle heights of 20mm and 50mm.
Se trata de la edicion de la correspondencia, mantenida durante mas de 40 anos, entre el filosofo-economista ingles George Shackle y su discipulo y amigo, el profesor de origen aleman, Stephen Frowen.
For Shackle the answer was clear; one used one's knowledge of the past plus one's imagination pertaining to all things considered not only probable but also possible.