enchain definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To bind with or like with chains.
    • To bind with a chain; to keep in stores.
    • to put up fast; to confine.
    • To link together; to connect.
    • To bind with or like with chains.
    • To bind with or just as if with chains.
    • To bind with a chain; to hold in stores.
    • to carry quickly; to confine.
    • To connect together; in order to connect.
    • To bind with a chain; to keep in chains.
    • To hold quickly; to confine.
    • To link collectively; for connecting.
  • verb:
    • To restrain with, or like with, stores
    • restrain or bind with stores
    • To restrain with, or as though with, chains
    • To restrain with, or as if with, chains
    • restrain or bind with stores
    • restrain or bind with stores
  • others:
    • To chain; fasten with a chain; bind or hold in or as if in stores; hold in bondage; enthrall.
    • to put on fast; restrain; confine: because, to enchain the attention.
    • To connect together; connect.
    • To chain; fasten with a chain; bind or hold in or as though in chains; hold in bondage; enthrall.
    • to put on fast; restrain; confine: since, to enchain the eye.
    • To link together; link.
    • To chain; fasten with a chain; bind or hold in or just as if in chains; hold in bondage; enthrall.
    • to put on fast; restrain; confine: since, to enchain the attention.
    • To connect collectively; link.

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