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Definition of "constricted" [con•strict•ed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of constrict. (verb)

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Use "constricted" in a sentence
  • "Suddenly everything looked different, including our own personal dramas that often keep us stuck in constricted places and keep us from seeing the bigger picture."
  • "Is India "constricted" because we have adopted "old standards" like HTML and Unicode?"
  • "Afterward, though, as Wendell Berry noted in his 1975 essay, "The Specialization of Poetry," poets then receded into the fields, quads, and coffeehouses of an isolated and "constricted" art."