Yet Romney happily slid his leg into this manacle, slammed down the padlock, and threw the key into the river.
On the Pont des Arts we buy a padlock engraved with our initials, T and E.
One tent had a padlock on the front, a visible if not effective request for some privacy.
She came down tall and nonchalant, an oar over her shoulder, unlocked the padlock and rowed unconcernedly across.
He got out with a padlock and chain; and, having put these in place, offered Alice his hand.
As he placed the key in the padlock, he could hear the rattle of the chains of the man inside.
When the padlock snapped behind him Code took in his surroundings.
So long as they were in the entry, we could not move, even to undo the padlock and get the gate open and ready.
From one of these depended a short chain, from the other a padlock.
The wind blows and rushes and shakes the loose window-sashes in their frames, while the padlock knocks—knocks against the door.