Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at leashed.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • -- 'Leashed' refers to the fact that I actually own a cellphone now, so I'm caught.

    Leashed

  • PARENTING: 'Leashed' kids learn responsible public behavior

    NWAOnline.com stories

  • Leashed dogs are allowed nearly everywhere — in stores, on hiking trails, on restaurant patios, in some hotels and in the office.

    In Boulder, Colo., Bring Your Dog

  • A gentle tug on the leash told Leashed Girl to press against my back as well.

    Crossed

  • A gentle tug on the leash told Leashed Girl to press against my back as well.

    Crossed

  • Leashed to power sockets and a base unit, an electric hiss and crunch of steel against plastic wood alerted Jeff and a few others to this odd spectacle.

    Sunset

  • Leashed by their new bosses, morale among Bear's traders sagged, causing one fixed-income trading-desk manager to beg his colleagues in an email: "Come in [tomorrow]."

    From Fabled to Forgotten

  • The images of Hooded Man, Leashed Man, Man Menaced by Dog — all quickly became "iconic," the stuff of end-of-the-year news tableaux and faded murals on the walls of minor cities in the Middle East.

    Frozen Scandal

  • Or, to put it another way: if the Hooded Man and the Leashed Man and the naked human pyramids and the rest shocked Americans because of their perverse undermining of the normal, they shocked Iraqis and other Arabs because the images seemed to confirm so vividly and precisely a reality that many had suspected and feared but had tried not to believe.

    Abu Ghraib: The Hidden Story

  • In this sense the Hooded Man and the Leashed Man fill a need, serving as powerful brand images advertising a preexisting product.

    Abu Ghraib: The Hidden Story

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.