gyves fastened up his limbs and dread of some cruel doom struck at his heart as he stooped to enter the place.
He walked in gyves, he and the Adelantado, to the house of his detention.
I ken ye be readier wi' a taste o' the gyves than oatmeal bannocks; an' sae I'se gang awa' to my mither.
Here is no issue; and, by my sooth, good Jack, we are here as fairly prisoners as though the gyves were on our ankle bones.
Then the gyves of his strong will give way as the withes fell from Samson.
Adolphe, the gyves upon his wrists, craved a cigarette, and a police-officer took one from the packet lying upon the sideboard.
There may be collar on my neck, and gyves on wrist and ankle, but my soul wears no shackles.
I see myself being led out of my house with gyves upon my wrists like the beastly poem Hood made upon "Eugene Aram."
We may as well suppose, that a felon would forge his own gyves, and construct his own prison.
The gospel of liberty smote the gyves at once from the bodies and the souls of men.