chaines

All Noun
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  • I can tell you in some countries they are held no small fooles that goe in Chaines. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. I, by Various
  • Among other things of golde that our men bought of them for exchange of their wares, were certaine dog-chaines and collers. Cited from Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, Vol. 11, by Richard Hakluyt
  • O willingly I give my freedome up And put on my owne chaines, And am in love with my captivitie. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. I, by Various
  • How will those solemne lookes appeare to me; And that severe face, that speak chaines and shackles? Cited from The Elder Brother, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  • Six millions de Negres portent, des nos jours, les chaines des nations de l'Europe. Cited from L'esclavage dans les colonies, by M. de Ladebat
  • He is a member of Chaines des Rotisseurs, and also on the Sister Dulce Foundation Board.
  • Couvert de chaines, c'en etait fait de lui. Cited from Les Pardaillan, Tome 06, Les amours du Chico, by Michel Zevaco
  • Nothing shall hinder my resolved intent, But I will restlesse wander from the world Till I have shaken off these chaines from me. Cited from A Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. III, by Various
  • Faut-il, pour le bonheur public, charger de chaines les mains qui nous nourrissent? Cited from L'esclavage dans les colonies, by M. de Ladebat
  • Il secoua ses chaines et essaya de faire un ou deux pas. Cited from Les Pardaillans--Tome 03, La Fausta, by Michel Zevaco
  • The Chaines lived here for over 70 years and were successful linen manufacturers who were responsible for the development of Larne Harbour.
  • Maintenant, a cause de vous, les voila dans les chaines. Cited from Ma captivite en Abyssinie, by Dr. Henri Blanc
  • Mais il jetait dans le fleuve, avec ses chaines, les souffrances du juste et la patience du saint. Cited from Pierre Noziere, by Anatole France
  • Tout l'equipage se precipita avec des cables et des chaines, et en un instant le canon fut amarre. Cited from Quatrevingt-Treize, by Victor Hugo
  • Tryumph in your bonds and paines, And daunce to the music of your chaines. Cited from The Lucasta Poems, by Richard Lovelace
  • He was chained to the wall during his imprisonment, and he is last mentioned in 1714, when one of his fellow prisoners removed his chaines out of pity, and was punished for this act.
  • Il entendit en meme temps un bruit de chaines. Cited from Helika, by Charles DeGuise
  • Quelquefois on attachait le dieu avec des chaines pour l'empecher de deserter. Cited from La Cite Antique, by Fustel de Coulanges
  • L'air etait tout remue de cette agitation febrile, du tintement sonore des chaines. Cited from La grande ombre, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • They made this poor fellow beleive that he was only condemned to the galleys, at which he laught, telling that it appeared they knew not he was a smith, so that he could easily file his chaines and run away. Cited from Publications of the Scottish History Society, V. 36, by Sir John Lauder
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Root form of chaines is chain for the verb.

Meaning of chaines

  • verb Connect or arrange into a chain by linking
  • verb Fasten or secure with chains
    Chain the chairs together