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    leash - Dictionary definition and meaning for word leash

    (noun) restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal
    Synonyms : lead , tether
    (noun) the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one Definition
    (noun) a figurative restraint
    Synonyms : collar
    Example Sentence
    • asked for a collar on program trading in the stock market
    • kept a tight leash on his emotions
    • he's always gotten a long leash
    (verb) fasten with a rope
    Synonyms : rope
    Example Sentence
    • rope the bag securely
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for leash

WWE LOVERssss ... Batista --> unleash the beast !! bole toh open the chains and ropes of the beast and let it do the damage !!!

Leash is the opposite of unleash...which is to let go of ur self.

it sounds like lease which means control over a particular thing by giving money.

remember in the movie MUMMY "those who UNLEASH the spa will go through the swift wings od dead" leash means tied up something, restrained. unleash is the opposite. the persons who unleashed the spa were killed by the creature :-)

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