Antonyms for chain:
Synonyms for chain:
atomic number, conjugal visit, atomic weight, leasehold, hunger strike, network, elementary particle, blockbusting, saw, proton, molecule, towline, sublease, suction cup, single file, handcuff, mole, closing date, dragline, monomer, atomic, trinket, house-hunting, eviction, surveyor, quark, neutron, relative atomic mass, molar, nuclear, restrain, landholdings, antiparticle, neutrino, home loan, balloon mortgage, rent strike, sublet, training wheel, rubber band, leg irons, cation, tow rope, guy rope, hog-tie, building society, sidecar, title deed, rope up, owner-occupied, retainer, rack rent, property tax, fissile, kickstand, pump, open house, lashings, subatomic particle, negative equity, continuity, mortgage, closing, bridge loan, fetter, lease, handlebars, cordon, positron, free radical, leaseback, atomic mass, lightning, anion, BLING, pillion, land reform, atom, tenancy, jewellery, ion, visiting hours, painter, alpha particle, electron, savings and loan association, molecular, Gyve, impediment.
holder, conveyance, equity, mounting, hamper, thong, jewel, nucleus, crossbar, appraisal, bauble, shackle, completion, rope, hamstring, valence, safety belt, rent, hogtie, mudguard, particle, fetters, semicircle, manacle, halter, lifeline, part.
Sir Ernst Boris Chain
Sir Ernst Boris chain.
Sense 1 (noun)
shackle, bracelet, necklace, leash, cable.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
leg irons, compound, conjugal visit, fetters, hunger strike.
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
flow, column, file, crocodile, cordon.
irons, strand, chemical chain, string, mountain range, chain of mountains, range of mountains, iron, Sir Ernst Boris chain, mountain chain, concatenation, range, chains, Ernst Boris Chain.
connected metal links; jewelry made of such links (noun)
braid, hasp, seal, staple, clinch, clamp, bolt, anchor, hawser, string, cincture, nail, binding, connector, twine, catch, cinch, closure, button, fastening, hook, splice, binder, weld, mediator, zipper, suture, coupling, strap, glue, snap, cement, skewer, knitting, middleman, buckle, stitch, brad, link, agent, bond, hitch, band, paste, hinge, clip, guy, fuse, lace, tack, medium, mucilage, thread, pin, rivet, lock, cotter, bonding, latch, spike, Vinculum, fastener, tie, cleat, stay, vise, knot, belt, clasp, brace, ligament, bracket, rabbet, go-between, grapnel.
department store, stock exchange, grocery, bazaar, supermarket, counter, market, market place, store, emporium, shop, mart, establishment, exchange, office, fair, depot, bureau, stall, warehouse, convenience store.
mountain range (noun)
Ernst Boris Chain, Sir Ernst Boris chain.
single file (noun)
succession, series (noun)
manacle in metal (verb)
Usage examples for chain:
- It was lucky that she did put it on that chain, for it was afterwards to save her life. - "Peter and Wendy", James Matthew Barrie.
- They form a chain stretching from the Church on earth to the throne and being of the universal Father in heaven. - "The Expositor's Bible: Ephesians", G. G. Findlay.
- The girl was so frightened or so tired that she was only prevented from falling by the iron chain about her waist, and there she hung, as if she were dead. - "The Blue Fairy Book", Various.