ball and chain
- IPA[ˌbôl (ə)n ˈCHān]
- a heavy metal ball secured by a chain to the leg of a prisoner to prevent escape.；a crippling encumbrance
noun: ball and chain, plural noun: ball and chains
- 1. a heavy metal ball secured by a chain to the leg of a prisoner to prevent escape.
- ▪ a crippling encumbrance the ball and chain of debt
- a heavy metal ball secured by a chain to the leg of a prisoner to prevent escape.
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