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/ ˈbreɪslɪts /

plural noun

  1. a slang name for handcuffs See handcuff

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Example Sentences

Once a month he attaches a device to his chest, clamps metal bracelets on his wrists, and hooks the whole thing up to a telephone.

Once he was wearing bracelets, Wright quickly confessed to knowing that “Jane Doe” was a minor,  according to court papers.

Little Scosha Friendship Bracelets, $24  Heart necklaces and lanyards are so 1990s.

Many of my soldiers began to treat bracelets, pictures, bibles and video games as if they had supernatural powers.

The solution: bracelets that serve as phone chargers, or necklaces that buzz when you receive an email or text.

The lady fairly sparkled, with her gold earrings and bracelets, set with precious stones.

I decked thee also with ornaments, and put bracelets on thy hands, and a chain about thy neck.

He had large pearls hanging from his ears, and rich massive bracelets on his wrists.

She clasped both hands to her breast, and the light shone upon the rubies set in the old Moorish bracelets that she was wearing.

Lorenza placed on the table some twenty thousand crowns' worth of bracelets, rings and earrings of price.