fetter fetter  /ˈfɛ tər/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a shackle for the ankles or feet
  2. (v) restrain with fetters

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  • The minority government was fettered with the unreasonable demands of the party supporting it in the parliament.

News

  1. Almonte's first homer leads Yankees past Rays

    A standing-room-only crowd filled the Fetter-Brown Auditorium at Odessa-Montour Central School on... - 9:57 pm
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Elmira Star-Gazette

  2. Lagares' double breaks tie, sends Mets past Phillies

    A standing-room-only crowd filled the Fetter-Brown Auditorium at Odessa-Montour Central School on... - 9:57 pm
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Elmira Star-Gazette

  3. Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League standings, results and schedule, and Tioga Downs Friday results and Saturday ...

    A standing-room-only crowd filled the Fetter-Brown Auditorium at Odessa-Montour Central School on... - 9:57 pm
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Elmira Star-Gazette

Quotes

  1. "Businesses must be free to sell their products at prices below suppliers' recommended retail prices," Mr Samuel said. "Price competition is fundamental to competitive markets and this behaviour does nothing but fetter this competitive...
    on Dec 27, 2007 By: Graeme Samuel Source: Manawatu Standard

  2. "Any true reform of the United Nations without a comprehensive reform of the Security Council would be like Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark. It would have left untouched the present correlation of power which is a fetter on solution and a part...
    on Nov 20, 2006 By: Nirupam Sen Source: Hindu

  3. "The change of law is very historic, because it was the United States that had enacted this legislation to constrain India, to fetter India, to penalize India, and the same Congress had now decided that they would change the law to admit India in...
    on Dec 18, 2006 By: Bhaskar Source: Voice of America

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