Third-person singular simple present indicative form of limit.(verb)
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Use "limits" in a sentence
"[Sidenote: Commons do not state the limits of submission.] [Sidenote: To secure the laws, the only aim of the Revolution.] "In clearing up and vindicating the justice of the Revolution, which was the second thing proposed, it is far from the intent of the Commons to state the _limits and bounds_ of the subject's submission to the sovereign."
"Then, when he didn't like the term limits that the people of New York had decreed for their mayor -- well, he "privatized" that, too."
"In fact, one of the supposed reasons he overturned the term limits law, twice affirmed by city voters, was that he alone had the financial know-how to manage the city through tough economic times."