|strap use to tie the leg of a hawk to its leash (Falconry)||jess|
|(Botany) membranous projection which grows from the base of most grass blades; corolla which is shaped like a strap||ligule|
|, wristwatch strap, see also:watchband||watchstrap|
|a trademark for shoes and boots, especially low-cut patent-leather shoes for girls with a strap fastening near the ankle at the side||Mary Janes|
|absorbent band worn around wrist, band or part of sleeve covering wrist; cuff, identification band worn around wrist, part of something covering wrist, watch strap||wristband|
|accomplish by oneself, do without the help of others, help yourself, loop attached to boot, self-reliant and self-sustaining, strap or tie of a boot||bootstrap|
|act of lacing; decorative trimming of cord; flogging, whipping; strap or cord which is used to tie or fasten; small amount of liquor added to food or drink, alcohol added to drink, beating, lace that fastens||lacing|
|act of tugging, instance of dragging or pulling; struggle; device for tugging or pulling; tugboat, chain or strap for hauling, make laborious effort, pull at or move something, tow, strong pull, struggle or contest, tow ship, vehicle that pulls another||tug|
|allow something to have full effect, free from a leash, let loose, release, free from leash||unleash|
|American hawk||red-shouldered hawk|
|American kestrel, European and Asian hawk, N. American kestrel||sparrow hawk|
|anchored strap(s) that buckle across the hips to protect a seated passenger from an abrupt jolt (in an automobile, airplane, etc.)||seatbelt|
|anchoring loop, carrying strap, cocktail, device consisting of a short strap and a string on either side that is used to propel stones and other small missiles; slingshot; strap of cloth used to support a broken limb; band, strap (used to lift or suppo...||sling|
|any of a number of large birds of prey (hawk, vulture, kite, etc.), bad-tempered person, buteo||buzzard|
|Arctic hawk with feather-covered legs, rough-legged buzzard||rough-legged hawk|
|bag carried by shoulder strap||shoulder bag|
|bag for carrying things, small bag with a shoulder strap used to carry books or small items||satchel|
|band as part of machine, belt as sign of rank, belt given for achievement, beltway, blow, cloth or leather band around the waist; strip; area, region, drink, fasten with belt, gird, strap on, encircle; strike, thrash, hit hard, hit with belt, move fast...||belt|
|band for strapping a watch on the wrist, wristwatch strap||watchband|
|band or strap worn across the shoulder (to support a sword, trumpet, etc.), sash for supporting sword||baldric|
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