Synonyms of 'pinion'
to confineHis arms were pinioned against his sides.
He tied the ends of the plastic bag together.
Bind the ends of the card together with thread.
We were kept in a cell, chained to the wall.
The dress fastens down the back.
The robber was shackled and led away.
My foes fettered me hand and foot.
His hands were manacled behind his back.
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in the sense of bind
to make secure, such as with a ropeBind the ends of the card together with thread.
in the sense of chain
to restrict, fasten, or bind with or as if with a chainWe were kept in a cell, chained to the wall.
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Thesaurus for pinion from the Collins English Thesaurus