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Definition of "restrict" []

  • To keep or confine within limits. See Synonyms at limit. (verb-transitive)
  • To confine or keep within certain often specified limits or selected bounds (verb)

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Use "restrict" in a sentence
  • "It is for this reason that the 14th Amendment contained a penalty for any state that attempted to once again restrict the vote."
  • "Having the confidence to label myself built character, but having the courage not to let that label restrict me took wisdom and insight."
  • "Global real economy is still falling, and will in the long term restrict the overseas demand."