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shackle
used in Nineteen Minutes

4 uses
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Definition
to restrain freedom
  • Peter Houghton was shackled and chained, wearing his orange jumpsuit and bulletproof vest, but he still had the apple cheeks of a boy who hadn't come through the far side of puberty yet, and she would have bet money he didn't have to shave.
    Part 1 (33% in)
  • Jordan McAfee sat beside his client, who was wearing an orange jail jumpsuit and shackles, and was doing everything he could to avoid looking at Alex as she read the charges.
    Part 1 (79% in)
  • McAfee nodded at Peter, who lifted his shackled wrists and opened his fists.
    Part 1 (79% in)
  • Alex considered his orange scrubs, his rubber flip-flops, his shackles.
    Part 1 (80% in)

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