Definition of Shackled

1. Adjective. Bound by chains fastened around the ankles.

Exact synonyms: Fettered
Similar to: Bound



Definition of Shackled

1. Adjective. Restrained by shackles, chained. ¹

2. Verb. (past of shackle) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shackled

1. shackle [v] - See also: shackle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shackled

shabono
shabonos
shabrack
shabracks
shabu
shabynite
shack
shack up
shacked
shacked up
shacking
shacking up
shackle
shacklebone
shacklebones
shackled (current term)
shackler
shacklers
shackles
shacklike
shackling
shacklock
shacklocks
shackly
shacko
shackoes
shackos
shacks
shacks up
shacktown

Literary usage of Shackled

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"United State«—Congress—Senate—Continued shackled senate. C: S. Thomas. No Am 203: 424-21 S '15 Let us have the truth. ..."

2. The Growth and Influence of Classical Greek Poetry: Lectures Delivered in by Richard Claverhouse Jebb (1893)
"... if he could shackled. L have broken away from the trammels of tradition; if he could have multiplied the actors at will, chosen his subject-matter where ..."

3. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"... your body shall be divided into four quarters, and disposed as his majesty shall think üt. AU were shackled with fetters, and carried to the press-yard. ..."

4. The Red Reign: The True Story of an Adventurous Year in Russia by Kellogg Durland (1908)
"... girl's daring—Tortures and outrages—Entertained by the governor—A kindly police-master— Grim prison walls—Difficulties—Appeal to the governor—shackled ..."

5. The Red Reign: The True Story of an Adventurous Year in Russia by Kellogg Durland (1908)
"... girl's daring—Tortures and outrages—Entertained by the governor—A kindly police-master— Grim prison walls—Difficulties—Appeal to the governor—shackled ..."

6. A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania by William James McKnight (1905)
"... feed, secrete, and to convey in the darkness of night, poor, wretched human ' '- -, . .3 Charles Brown handcuffed and shackled in Brookville jail, ..."

7. Synonyms Discriminated: A Dictionary of Synonymous Words in the English by Charles John Smith (1893)
"Commonly speaking, persons are fettered by restriction*, and things are shackled by conditions. 7) do that thing that ends all other deed«, ..."

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