Common misspellings for chain:
vachon, kichan, choen, achian, chanbow, chiin, chaier, chekin, chiago, shaon, siani, chiminy, shainghai, chaair, michian, shaing, cheif, usiaian, chainbw, chaning, chapion, ciation, ching, chani, cheyann, channal, chyanne, caino, chasen, zuchini, cuaing, chosion, chilian, charn, cheaing, chchio, chagne, shaorn, shakin, chaiman, chaeir, achin, shakein, mechani, chamie, phycian, chane, ceation, chail, chinia, cocian, wchih, wchin, chian, checn, chiar, chasin, chwing, chind, charon, chunin, chaseing, chan, sichaun, charie, hatian, siohan, atian, caine, chuni, chiina, chania, chrun, chavy, caing, chanin, chianbow, shain, chanibow, chyna, chikin, chiyo, chagned, choosin, sharin, chana, churna, chainbow, chaosen, phasion, muchin, chaka, shairng, channuka, chasn, shwawn, charmin, zuchunni, chaind, chuahua, techiain, zuchinii, chaines, chilan, mechain, chading, buchann, chaings, hahn, chaine, chainti, chaging, cition, chifon, chinee, chait, chaince, chainge, chargin, chash, thain, chaupion, chanbe, shoaib, challan, chanhe, chaim, cahin, chattin, chand, chairm, techian, chaiin, ichan, chooing, haing, chaceing, chilien, chanign, chandu, chiain, chuauaua, chisen, chaina, cheeing, chsaing, chanc, ahain, chosien, choing, chacne, zuchinni, chesion, challen, choisen, chiekn, chaing, chiny, machaine, channakah, chanjo, chalinge, chiren, chamion, chosin, chais, machein, charner, michiagn, buchana, channer, chanis, chaping, chacing, chanve, chagon, schan, chean, chusion, shania, machaein, chainber, choicin, channe, chushion, buchan, shoiwn, archain, cheatin, chaif, chanig, chrono, chiken, chairr, cheminy, shkin, charir, chhair, mechan, chanch, chagin, cheasnie, phyciain, chosn, chinna, cchain, chaion, chairy, chimny, certiain, chaur, cain, channukah, cetian, hain, chawk, chaenl, charlin, chai, chiauhua, chiawa, chilin, chinain, chinca, chrion, chloine, chiron, keychain, shawn, kechin, chaking, shawni, shiing, wachin, c-one, c. E. Housman, cachen, ccession, cacession, cccession, chaean, cahaean, cchaean, chaian, cahaian, cchaian, chene, cahene, cchene, cheson, caheson, ccheson, chomawi, cahomawi, cchomawi, ck-ack gun, cak-ack gun, cck-ack Gun, cane, ccne, cousma, caousma, ccousma, cumen, xhain, vhain, fhain, dhain, cnain, cjain, cuain, cyain, chzin, chsin, chwin, chqin, chaun, chajn, chakn, chaon, cha9n, cha8n, chaib, chaij, chaih, xchain, cxhain, vchain, cvhain, fchain, cfhain, dchain, cdhain, cghain, chgain, cbhain, chbain, cnhain, chnain, cjhain, chjain, cuhain, chuain, cyhain, chyain, chzain, chazin, chsain, chwain, chawin, chqain, chaqin, chauin, chaiun, chajin, chaijn, chakin, chaikn, chaoin, cha9in, chai9n, cha8in, chai8n, chaibn, chainb, chaimn, chainm, chainj, chaihn, chainh, chin, hcain, chhain, chaain, chainn, chain, khain, ghain, ciain, chein, chcin, chayn, chaan, chamn, chahn, chaio, chaayen, chaeyen, c hain, ch ain, cha in, chai n.
Definition of chain:
- Chains were used, 1. As badges of office; 2. For ornament; 3. For confining prisoners. 4. the gold chain placed about Josephs neck, ( Genesis 41:42 ) and that promised to Daniel, ( Daniel 5:7 ) are instances of the first use. In ( Ezekiel 16:11 ) the chain is mentioned as the symbol of sovereignty. 5. Chains for ornamental purposes were worn by men as well as women. ( Proverbs 1:9 ) Judith 10:4. The Midianites adorned the necks of their camels with chains. ( Judges 8:21 Judges 8:26 ) Step-chains were attached to the ankle-rings. ( Isaiah 3:16 Isaiah 3:18 ) 6. The means adopted for confining prisoners among the Jews were fetters similar to our handcuffs. ( Judges 16:21 ; 2 Samuel 3:34 ; 2 Kings 25:7 ; Jeremiah 39:7 ) Among the Romans the prisoner was handcuffed to his guard, and occasionally to two guards. ( Acts 12:6 Acts 12:7 ; 21:33 )
- A part of the insignia of office. A chain of gold was placed about Joseph's neck ( Genesis 41:42 ); and one was promised to ( Daniel 5:7 ). It is used as a symbol of sovereignty ( Ezek. 16:11 ). The breast-plate of the high-priest was fastened to the ephod by golden chains ( Exodus 39:17 Exodus 39:21 ).
- It was used as an ornament ( Proverbs 1:9 ; Cant 1:10 ). The Midianites adorned the necks of their camels with chains ( Judg. Proverbs 8:21 Proverbs 8:26 ).
- To fasten, bind, or connect with a chain; to fasten or bind securely, as with a chain; as, to chain a bulldog.
- To keep in slavery; to enslave.
- To unite closely and strongly.
- To measure with the chain.
- To protect by drawing a chain across, as a harbor.
- To fasten, secure, or connect with a chain; fetter; restrain.
- To bind with or as with a chain.
- To bind with a chain; to bind.
- To fasten, as with a chain.
- fasten or secure with chains; " Chain the chairs together"
- To fasten with a chain; to restrain; to connect; to enslave; to obstruct.
- a series of ( usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
- anything that acts as a restraint
- a number of similar establishments ( stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership
- a series of things depending on each other as if linked together; " the chain of command"; " a complicated concatenation of circumstances"
- a necklace made by a stringing objects together; " a string of beads"; " a strand of pearls";
- ( chemistry) a series of linked atoms ( generally in an organic molecule)
- a unit of length
- A series of links or rings, usually of metal, connected, or fitted into one another, used for various purposes, as of support, of restraint, of ornament, of the exertion and transmission of mechanical power, etc.
- That which confines, fetters, or secures, as a chain; a bond; as, the chains of habit.
- A series of things linked together; or a series of things connected and following each other in succession; as, a chain of mountains; a chain of events or ideas.
- An instrument which consists of links and is used in measuring land.
- Iron links bolted to the side of a vessel to bold the dead- eyes connected with the shrouds; also, the channels.
- The warp threads of a web.
- A series of links or rings joined together; a connected series or succession; as, a chain of events.
- In chemistry, a series of atoms held together by one or more affinities.
- A series of links or rings passing through one another: a number of things coming after each other: anything that binds: a measure of 100 links, 66 feet long.
- A series of connected links; a series; a bond; measure of 66 feet.
- A string of interlinked rings or links; a series; range, as of mountains; a surveyors measuring line of 100 links.
- A series of links or rings, connected or fitted into one another; a bond, or anything which binds; bondage; a series linked together; a measure of 100 links, or 66 feet.