From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Jail & punishment
handcuffhand‧cuff /ˈhændkʌf/ verb [transitive] SCJto put handcuffs on someone
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Examples from the Corpus
handcuffThe unidentified man was handcuffed and led away.Gentry was handcuffed and taken to the Baltimore County Detention Center.Even to handcuff both hands if necessary.Still handcuffed, he collapsed in a coma moments after being examined by a doctor.He trussed himself up, with a noose round his neck, then handcuffed himself.She found some handcuffs in his pocket and handcuffed him to the door.They handcuffed their terrified victims and put pillowcases over their heads.Paul is handcuffed to the wheelchair.