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Now, by my father's badge, old Nevil's crest, The rampant bear chain'd to the ragged staff, This day I'll wear aloft my burgonet, As on a mountain top the cedar shows That keeps his leaves in spite of any storm, Even to affright thee with the view thereof. CLIFFORD.
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She came,-but not till fatal news had wrung Her heart through sleepless hours, and chain'd her tongue.
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And therefore never can comply To endure the matrimonial tie, That binds the female and the male, Where th' one is but the other's bail; Like Roman gaolers, when they slept, 565 Chain'd to the prisoners they kept Of which the true and faithfull'st lover Gives best security to suffer.
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As I hope For quiet dayes, faire Issue, and long life, With such loue, as 'tis now the murkiest den, The most opportune place, the strongst suggestion, Our worser Genius can, shall neuer melt Mine honor into lust, to take away The edge of that dayes celebration, When I shall thinke, or Phoebus Steeds are founderd, Or Night kept chain'd below Pro.
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And spurr'd my steed to flight, But your dazzling beauty numb'd my arms, And chain'd me to your sight.
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For I am chain'd to endure all your tyranny.
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At certain stations he would view the stream, As if he stood bewilder'd in a dream, Or that some power had chain'd him for a time, To feel a curse or meditate on crime.
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And let me also fly these scenes of horrour, Or I shall wilder be than the chain'd wretch That beats the dungeon walls.
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Chain'd to her brave feet with such arts, Such sweet command and gentle awe, As when she ceas'd, we sighing saw The floore lay pav'd with broken hearts.
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This is a wreath, this is a victorie, Caesar himself would have look'd pale to see, And in the height of all his triumphs feel Himself but chain'd to such a mighty wheel.
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Or Night kept chain'd below.
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A man is well holpe vp that trusts to you, I promised your presence, and the Chaine, But neither Chaine nor Goldsmith came to me: Belike you thought our loue would last too long If it were chain'd together: and therefore came not Gold.
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Examples of Chaind

Example #1
And from thy burgonet I'll rend thy bear And tread it under foot with all contempt, Despite the bear-herd that protects the bear.
Example #2
And that I'll write upon thy burgonet, Might I but know thee by thy household badge.
Example #3
My object was to talk with her aside, But at the sight my resolution died; They look'd so happy in their blameless glee, That, as I found them, I e'en let them be; Though Jennet promised a few social hours 'Midst her old friends, my poultry, and my flowers.
Example #4
She whipp'd them out, and with a downcast look, Conquer'd a laugh by poring on her book.
Example #5
But Captain Putnam may not return for a day or a month," went on Tom innocently.
Example #6
She opened her door and just before she went in, turned again to Philip.