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Synonyms for harness


put in harness


in harness: working


Synonyms for harness

a support consisting of an arrangement of straps for holding something to the body (especially one supporting a person suspended from a parachute)

stable gear consisting of an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart

put a harness



exploit the power of

Related Words

control and direct with or as if by reins

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Vendors of recreational safety harnesses in the global market are focusing on enhancing their product, especially in terms of comfort, in an attempt to enhance compliance.
For dogs who pull on leash, I have long preferred harnesses over choke chains, prong collars, shock collars, and even flat collars and head halters.
The motorization trend has considerably enhanced the economy of Asia Pacific countries, particularly in China, hence resulting in strong growth for the automotive industry with increasing demand of automotive wiring harnesses.
These wiring harnesses have made interfacing simpler and faster, due to which the overall production quality has improved.
Backpack harnesses are commonly used to attach radio and satellite transmitters to a wide range of bird species for research and conservation management.
Order a couple of the harnesses so that you already have them on hand when that hard-to-fit Soldier appears.
Like all premium harnesses, the CDS (Controlled Descent System) has chest and leg straps.
Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC) for safety harnesses (parachute and cross-over type) MIP: 6231/001 MRC: S-1R contains requirements for marking harnesses and lanyards with the in-service date (month/year) using a permanent marker and logging these dates into a Fall Protection Equipment Log.
Both harnesses illustrated, probably originate from one of the Plains Cree reserves in Saskatchewan, Canada, and date from the first half of the twentieth century.
Pinnacle harnesses are geared toward use on construction and towers.
These software tools enable the design and engineering for wire harnesses for manufacture.
In a retrospective review of 40 infants treated consecutively for 39 femoral shaft fractures, 24 were treated with Pavlik harnesses and 16 were treated with spica casts.
in Tokyo, which creates wire harnesses for Japanese and international automakers.
She sewed their mushing clothes and the dogs' harnesses, and eventually started a small business out of her living room making harnesses.