Noun(1) restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain(2) the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one(3) a figurative restraint
Verb(1) fasten with a rope
(1) A supine Congress like the present one is rapidly eroding the American founding fathers' vision of a legislature keeping the executive branch on a tight leash .(2) And they were not disappointed as Woods shot a sparkling seven under par 65 without ever being off the leash .(3) She was being led on a leash attached to a leather collar around her neck.(4) I've trained so long, but yet I was kept on a leash .(5) Those cotter pins can be tough to keep track of when you're cold and tired; they should be attached with a wire leash .(6) He was leading by the leash a stalwart black pig.(7) The director doesn't give her much of a leash in this tightly wound story, but that suits the subject and the actress perfectly well.(8) her bristling temper was kept on a leash(9) He finally yielded to her demands and followed her like a whipped puppy, the leash firmly attached to his collar.(10) All songs are on a midtempo leash as this pack of Swedes lead them into dark, uncharted places.(11) Since the leash is going to take the full stress of the impact, it's wise to have a new one with no nicks or weak spots.(12) Noise still rears an ugly head but, instead of relentlessly bashing away, it is under a leash and controlled.(13) His collar was spiked all around, with the exception of a ring in the very front, to which a leash was attached.(14) Watching the eager young tiger straining at its leash - a frayed piece of twine that threatens to snap at any moment - seems an apt metaphor for its owner.(15) The love of her life was Rajah, a Bengal tiger acquired as a tiny cub and reared by hand, walking on a leash and living an almost human existence.(16) When I got in the backyard I untied Shadow from his leash and put the leash in the shed.
(1) dog leash :: dennyn ci
1. lead ::
2. three ::
3. tether ::
4. collar ::
6. curb ::
7. rope ::
Different Formsleash, leashed, leashes, leashing
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