fettered definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of fetter.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of fetter.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of fetter.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of fetter.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of fetter.
  • adjective:
    • Bound by stores or shackles
    • limited
    • Seeming just as if fettered, whilst the legs of particular creatures which bend backwards, and appearance unfit for walking.
    • limited by chains fastened all over ankles
    • limited by stores or shackles
    • limited by chains or shackles
    • Restricted
    • appearing as if fettered, since the legs of specific pets which bend backwards, and appear unfit for walking.
    • limited by chains fastened all over ankles
    • Restricted
    • Seeming as though fettered, as the feet of specific creatures which bend backward, and appear unfit for walking.
    • bound by stores fastened all over ankles
    • limited by stores or shackles
    • Restricted
    • Seeming as if fettered, as foot of certain creatures which bend backwards, and appear unfit for walking.
    • limited by chains fastened round the legs
    • Bound by chains or shackles
    • limited
    • Seeming as if fettered, as the legs of specific creatures which bend backward, and search unfit for walking.
    • limited by stores fastened all over legs
  • others:
    • In zoology, getting the feet stretched backward and apparently unfit for the intended purpose of walking, like in the seal, or concealed in the integuments for the stomach.
    • In zoology, obtaining the feet stretched backward and apparently unfit for the true purpose of walking, like in the seal, or concealed inside the integuments of abdomen.
    • In zoology, getting the legs stretched backward and apparently unfit for the purpose of walking, as in the seal, or concealed within the integuments of this stomach.
    • In zoology, getting the legs stretched backward and apparently unfit for the intended purpose of walking, as with the seal, or concealed in the integuments regarding the abdomen.
    • In zoology, having the feet stretched backward and evidently unfit for the purpose of walking, as with the seal, or concealed in the integuments of this abdomen.

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