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Correct spelling:
A bent iron for binding two pieces firmly together.


halter, muscle spasm, strangle, cramp iron, hamper, spasm.
muscle spasm
stiffness, convulsion, confinement, pang, pain, restriction, crick, constipation, stitch, obstruction, stricture, ache, twinge, shooting pain, impediment, hindrance, charley horse, circumscription, contraction, kink.
agony, throe, headache, injury, ache, suffering, discomfort, affliction, infliction, chafing, anguish, rack, pain, burn, smarting, pang, wound, hurt, grief, torture, malaise, crick, Back Ache, earache, spasm, bite, stab, sting, painfulness, torment, sore, inflammation, misery, throb, distress, bruise, stitch, gripe, wrench, Migraine, irritation.
restraint, straitjacket, straitjackets, pinions, pinion.
muscle spasm, cramp, spasm.
hamper, paralyze, enfeeble, stun, handicap, hinder, abrogate, prostrate, lame, disable, vitiate, scotch, dull, deaden, benumb, invalidate, hobble, anesthetize, incapacitate, impair, hamstring, undermine, sap, screw up, disarm, weaken, tamper, stupefy, botch, neutralize, cripple.
counter, obstruct, delay, choke, curb, stay, foul, drag, interrupt, jam, burden, frustrate, bottleneck, crimp, congest, resist, entrap, baffle, inhibit, restrict, clog, encumber, brake, fetter, block, constrain, impede, bung, bar, entangle, check, deter, catch, snag, snarl, restrain, detain, stop, mire, dam, plug, oppose, thwart, complicate, constipate, tangle.
hinder, restrain
circumscribe, coop up, handicap, check, object, encumber, limit, hamstring, grip, clamp, confine, clog, restrict, bottle up, obstruct, hamper, box up, impede, constrain, inhibit, shackle, thwart, fasten, clasp, stymie.
chafe, suffer, afflict, smart, agonize, irritate, inflame.
Examples of usage:
  1. I have writer's cramp- I can't use my right hand. – Sisters Three by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  2. He affects to patronise a system of criticism fit for the production of mediocrity, and, although all his fine poems and passages have been produced in defiance of this system, yet I recognise the pernicious effects of it in the Doge of Venice, and it will cramp and limit his future efforts, however great they may be, unless he gets rid of it. – The Life and Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Volume I (of 2) by Florence A. Thomas Marshall
  3. My right fist's got a cramp in it this minute, and you couldn't open it again with a cold chisel. – Cap'n Warren's Wards by Joseph C. Lincoln
  4. So we reached Simla at sunrise, and crawled wearily up the steps of the hotel to our rooms, tired with the cramp of dooly and saddle for so many days, and longing for the luxury of the bath, the civilised meal, and the arm- chair. – Mr. Isaacs by F. Marion Crawford
  5. And you will be conducted to a chimney that has been swept and cleaned against your arrival, and in it you will find a series of strong cramp- irons made ready for you to climb by, and a little wooden shelf securely fastened to the side of the chimney for a seat; and when he that has opened the door shall direct you, you will climb up into your hiding- place, and there remain. – The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the land of Flanders and elsewhere by Charles de Coster