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Use "constricting" in a sentence
"For in constricting the notion of "value" to mean solely a given thing or notion's ability to accommodate an end forever deferred to a hypostatized future, utilitarianism's strictly instrumental concept of rationality treats a given thing as something pure and absolute, to be sure — albeit only as "absolute for an other.""
"The couple also pour cold water on the idea of constricting the Scottish Government's options with regard to income tax bands."
"Fathers in this piece are "constricting" influences on their daughters."