Inhibited or restrained in one's words and actions.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of control.(verb)
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Use "controlled" in a sentence
"& CEO, WORLD SHIPPING COU.CIL: There is no evidence that terminal facilities operations conducted by foreign controlled companies are any less secure or in any way less compliant with security regulations, or in any way less cooperative with U.S. government security authorities than U. S.-controlled companies."
"The MPs said that the term "controlled archive" was used in an attempt to hide that it was a list of lost applicants."
"We also object to the euphemistic term 'controlled archive'."