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shackle -- as in: you cannot shackle my spirit
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Well, you’ve got him where you want him now, poor devil, as shackled to you by obligations as any of your convicts are by their chains.
  • The man rose and walked awkwardly toward her, his shackles clanking, and she saw that his bare ankles were red and raw from the chafing of the iron.
  • Their convict uniforms were dirty and foul with sweat, shackles clanked between their ankles when they moved tiredly, and there was an air of apathy and despair about them.
  • Queer that she should feel nothing now, nothing except a weariness that shackled her limbs with heavy iron chains and a hunger that made her knees tremble.

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  • Half-naked, bruised, and shackled to the wall.
    Suzanne Collins  --  Mockingjay
  • He holds up some sort of metal headgear that I instantly name the head shackle.
    Suzanne Collins  --  Mockingjay

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