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Definition of "constricting" [constricting]

  • Present participle of constrict. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."