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tethered

Attached to a data or power source by wire. Contrast with untethered. See tethering.
References in classic literature ?
Who could have tethered this poor little beast as a lure to Numa?
A dry-wood fire had been lit, and round this the leaders crouched, the glare beating upon their rugged faces, while the hardy archers lounged and chatted amid the tethered horses, while they munched their scanty provisions.
The humble Asinus, too meek and too weary to make any resistance, was soon tethered and deposited in his bed of dying grass, where he was left with a perfect confidence on the part of his master of finding him, again, at the expiration of a few hours.
From some wilful caprice, that worthy pitched his tent at some distance from the main body, and tethered his invaluable steed beside it, from whence it was abstracted in the night, to the infinite chagrin and mortification of the hybrid interpreter.
She picked herself up in the old leisurely manner, lazily active, and looked around her benignantly, like a cow: our dear wild one safely tethered at last with a rope of children.
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The (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuFBUS0kiSA) experiment , dubbed the Tethered Satellite System (TSS- 1R), attempted to generate electricity by utilizing Earth's magnetic field.