Today’s word is – “manacle”
manacle [man·a·cle ] noun. Pronounced “man-uh-kul”
: a shackle, handcuff, or fetter, used to secure the hands of a prisoner, convict, etc
If a police officer has to manacle your hands behind your back, you’re in big trouble. That’s just a fancy way of saying that you’ve been handcuffed.
Synonyms for manacle – chain, fetter, shackle, bracelet, bond
Antonyms for manacle – free, loose, loosen, release, set free, unbind, unfasten, untie
Example sentences from Collins Dictionary
Then he felt the lock give and he gave a shout of delight as the manacle came away from her wrist.
Hope you had fun, see you next week with another word .