They were bound up in fetters of conventionalism.
They will run wild freed from the fetters of control.
This does not mean that we wish to fetter the trade union movement.
Young people weary of countless restrictions and fetters.
Black chaos comes, and the fettered gods of the earth say, Let there be light.
I don't think we should be fettered by that sort of thing, do you?
Though his love was as chaste as that of Petrarch for his Laura, it had made fetters of what previously was only a difficulty.
Of course, it has its imperfections, all that flailing flurry of action in the foreground, the mysteriously floating iron fetters, the flung limb that may or may not be detached from its torso.