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shackle
used in Throne of Glass

15 uses
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Definition
to restrain freedom
  • After a year of slavery in the Salt Mines of Endovier, Celaena Sardothien was accustomed to being escorted everywhere in shackles and at sword-point.
    p. 1.1
  • Not to mention the shackles.
    p. 4.0
  • The shackles dug into her stomach, and fizzing, boiling rage turned her face scarlet.
    p. 7.5
  • As she rose, she frowned at the imprint of grit she left behind on the otherwise spotless floor, and at the clank of her shackles echoing through the silent room.
    p. 8.2
  • She batted her eyelashes and readjusted her shackles as if they were lace gloves.
    p. 9.9
  • Had her arms been unshackled, she would have crossed them.
    p. 10.3
  • In less than a second, she could get her arms over the prince's head and have her shackles crushing his windpipe.
    p. 12.3
  • Her wrists chafed against her shackles badly enough that her eyes watered.
    p. 18.5
  • Before she'd gotten into the bath, Chaol had removed her shackles.
    p. 20.5
  • It was Chaol, fastening her bandaged wrists into shackles.
    p. 24.2
  • She shifted her hands in their shackles, watching the chains sway and clank between her and the Captain of the Guard.
    p. 25.1
  • She didn't bother to speak at dinner, nor to care when her small tent was erected, guards posted outside, and she was allowed to sleep, still shackled to one of them.
    p. 32.6
  • The three mercenaries looked ready to boil someone alive, and then there were the two shackled murderers.
    p. 87.1
  • He'd entered the room wearing shackles, and only had them removed when his guards—all five of them—gave him a stern warning.
    p. 87.9
  • She pivoted, shackles clanking, and took in the desolate waste that was Endovier.
    p. 160.6

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