The act or process by which something is chained.(noun)
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Use "chaining" in a sentence
"Mary Ann Fugate, left, and Tracy Miller are officers with Speak Out and Rescue, whose aim is to educate people to prevent long-term chaining of dogs."
"For that matter, I don't even recall chaining ourselves to the shanties -- seems like when the whole thing came to a head we sat inside, quite civilly disobedient, while the physical plant workers came to demolish them."
"My mind plays agreeably with the idea of chaining the M.G.O. on to a rock on the Peninsula whilst the Asiatic batteries are pounding it."