manacles

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Plural of manacle
A plurale tantum with same meanings as manacle
{n} fetters or chains for the hands
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To confine with manacles
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{v} to chain the hands, shacle, bind
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confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs; "The police handcuffed the suspect at the scene of the crime
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Any similar device such as a fetter or handcuffs
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If a prisoner is manacled, their wrists or legs are put in manacles in order to prevent them from moving or escaping. His hands were manacled behind his back He was manacled by the police. an iron ring on a chain that is put around the wrist or ankle of a prisoner (manicle, from manicula, from manus )
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A shackle, consisting of a pair of joined rings, to restrict the free movement of the hands
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confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs; "The police handcuffed the suspect at the scene of the crime"
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A handcuff; a shackle for the hand or wrist; usually in the plural
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shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
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{f} handcuff, place a manacle on the wrist of; bind, restrain
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Manacles are metal devices attached to a prisoner's wrists or legs in order to prevent him or her from moving or escaping
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To put handcuffs or other fastening upon, for confining the hands; to shackle; to confine; to restrain from the use of the limbs or natural powers
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{i} handcuff, ring-shaped shackle placed on the wrist to bind or restrain
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    [ 'ma-ni-k&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English manicle, from Old French manicle, from Latin manicula, diminutive form of manus (“hand”).

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