The Collaborative International Dictionary
Leash \Leash\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Leashed; p. pr. & vb. n. Leashing.] To tie together, or hold, with a leash.
vb. (present participle of leash English)
Usage examples of "leashing".
Mistress Anan argued against leashing marath'damane, as might be expected, and even against keeping da'cova/e of all things, yet they were discussions rather than arguments, and Tuon had made her concede a few points.
The leashing of damane was an abomination that Aes Sedai took personally.
Also, I think it does a girl good, and it had seemed to do this girl good, to hear it snap on the collar ring, either at the back of her neck, when she is to be back-controlled, or just under her chin, when she is to be front-led, Leashing, of course, of either variety, is excellent psychologically for the female, as it confirms her bondage upon her and helps to make clear to her her animal status.
But I shall have to forgo the pleasure of leashing you and keeping you subservient at my side.