verb (used with object), man·a·cled, man·a·cling.
Origin of manacle
Related formsun·man·a·cled, adjective
Examples from the Web for manacle
Yet Romney happily slid his leg into this manacle, slammed down the padlock, and threw the key into the river.Michael Tomasky: Obama’s High-Stakes Gamble on Gay Marriage|Michael Tomasky|May 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
My loved and lovely Soul has worn it through the ages: manacle, shackle.I, Mary MacLane|Mary MacLane
As yet, my hand has not known the manacle, nor my feet the gyves!The Pirate and The Three Cutters|Frederick Marryat
In the afternoon we were off the Lizard, and stood off shore to clear the Manacle Rocks.Reminiscences of a Liverpool Shipowner, 1850-1920|Sir William Bower Forwood