shackle|shackled|shackles|shackling in English
[shack·le || 'ʃækl]
bind someone's hand or ankles with handcuffs, fetter, manacle
Use "shackle|shackled|shackles|shackling" in a sentence
1. Shackle them!
2. Round Pin Shackles are considered un-safe as the cotter pin, if removed or not installed, falls off during a lift can cause the shackle to fail.
3. To lock: Close the shackle and scramble the shackle and scramble the dials.
4. Power is the shackle to shackle itself while love is the emancipator to emancipate itself.
5. Chain locks and shackles
6. Shackles and gang chains
7. "And come in shackles?
8. They're shackling him and taking him into recovery.
9. Untie those shackles
10. 4 Power is the shackle to shackle itself while love is the emancipator to emancipate itself.
11. Every shackle will now break open
12. " Pulled his shackles apart "?
13. " And come in shackles?
14. It's just a shackle for ourselves.
15. They are shackled by inherited convention.
16. She was shackled to a wall.Sentencedict
17. But why shackle yourself to that horror?
18. They are shackled by convention.
19. She is opposed to shackling the press with privacy laws.
20. The prisoner was fastened by a shackle.
21. And tore off your shackles.
22. Everyone give me your shackles.
23. Put them all in shackles!
24. The dog was shackled with leather chains.
25. Terminal may be hook link and shackle.