leash


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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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The simple fact of the matter is that if your dog doesn't have a reliable recall or it bothers people or other dogs while out and about, it should be on a leash.
Kindly leash your dog while in the Floating City as it is one of our community rules.
"Our tag line is 'Let your dog carry the leash for a change," Dave says.
Kenu, a newly established lifestyle products company, announced today the launch of its first product: an iPhone and iPod security leash for outdoor enthusiasts.
Vickers hopes to expand Loosen the Leash to other juvenile facilities and open a residential dog training facility to help former offenders rebuild their lives.
POLICE are on the look out for a missing owl which escaped from a garden after breaking loose from its leash.
This is a cool little problem solver that lets you put a leash on those straws so they can't ever run off again.
I frequently describe how negative reinforcement is used to teach dogs to walk on a leash without pulling the trainer walking them.
And get your canine pals a "Broadway," "Tickets," or "Diva" collar or leash! (Snow globe $60; calendar $20; leash $20; collar $15; wristbands $10)
Designed by a federal agent, who I will not ID because he can and will hurt me, the Pistol Leash does what a lanyard is supposed to do: work.
This image symbolizes exactly the sort of independence from the US that Iraqnow has -- that of a dog on a leash.
Wearing knee pads is like surfing at Rocky Point with a leash on your surfboard--you don't really need a leash, but when you fall, you sure are glad you have one on.
Savage, who posted that question as part of an online opinion poll, repeatedly insisted that he asked it in all seriousness, reasoning that if Saddam could be kept "on a leash," his expertise in putting down rebellion would be of use to the coalition.
But despite straining at the leash to get back he has now resigned himself to almost three more months out.