constrict

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To narrow, especially by applying pressure
to bind
become tight or as if tight; "Her throat constricted
To draw together; to render narrower or smaller; to bind; to cramp; to contract or cause to shrink
If something constricts you, it limits your actions so that you cannot do what you want to do. She objects to the tests the Government's advisers have devised because they constrict her teaching style = limit
{f} compress, make smaller, tighten
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become tight or as if tight; "Her throat constricted"
squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
If a part of your body, especially your throat, is constricted or if it constricts, something causes it to become narrower. Severe migraine can be treated with a drug which constricts the blood vessels My throat constricted, so that I had to concentrate on breathing
Tighten; narrow
constrict dosage
limit the quantity of a dose, reduce dosage
constriction
A narrow part of something; a stricture
constriction
{n} contraction, compression, force
constricted
Contracted or compressed so as to be smaller in certain places or parts than in others
constricted
Drawn together; bound; contracted; cramped
constricted
inhibited; "when modern man feels socially constricted his first impulse is to move"
constricted
Limited by constraint, restraint, or sustained muscluar contraction Held together, forcefully shortened, or physically tight
constricted
drawn together or squeezed physically or by extension psychologically; "a constricted blood vessel"; "a constricted view of life"
constricted
inhibited; "when modern man feels socially constricted his first impulse is to move" drawn together or squeezed physically or by extension psychologically; "a constricted blood vessel"; "a constricted view of life" especially tense; especially in some dialects
constricted
past of constrict
constricted
especially tense; especially in some dialects
constricted
Narrowed or restricted range, as in emotion; for example, a "constricted affect "
constricted
narrowed
constricting
hindering freedom of movement; "tight garments are uncomfortably binding"
constricting
present participle of constrict
constricting
(of circumstances) tending to constrict freedom
constriction
The act of constricting, the state of being constricted, or something that constricts
constriction
tight or narrow compression a narrowing that reduces the flow through a channel
constriction
Constrictions are rules or factors which limit what you can do and prevent you from doing what you want to do. I hated the constrictions of school. see also constrict = restriction
constriction
a feeling of tightness in some part of the body; "he felt a constriction in her chest"; "emotion caused a constriction of his throat"
constriction
the action or process of compressing a feeling of tightness in some part of the body; "he felt a constriction in her chest"; "emotion caused a constriction of his throat"
constriction
The state of being constricted; the point where a thing is constricted; a narrowing or binding
constriction
{i} making smaller, compression; tightness, pressure
constriction
tight or narrow compression
constriction
a narrowing that reduces the flow through a channel
constriction
the action or process of compressing
constriction
A compression
constriction
The act of constricting by means of some inherent power or by movement or change in the thing itself, as distinguished from compression
constrictive
Serving or tending to bind or constrict
constrictive
restricting the scope or freedom of action
constrictive
(of circumstances) tending to constrict freedom
constrictive
{s} causing constriction, binding, tending to compress
constrictive
That constricts, or is accompanied by constriction
constricts
third-person singular of constrict
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