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  • Constrain

    [kuh n-streyn] /kənˈstreɪn/ verb (used with object) 1. to force, compel, or oblige: He was constrained to admit the offense. 2. to confine forcibly, as by bonds. 3. to repress or restrain: Cold weather constrained the plant’s growth. /kənˈstreɪn/ verb (transitive) 1. to compel or force, esp by persuasion, circumstances, etc; oblige 2. to restrain […]

  • Constrained

    [kuh n-streynd] /kənˈstreɪnd/ adjective 1. forced, compelled, or obliged: a constrained confession. 2. stiff or unnatural; uneasy or embarrassed: a constrained manner. [kuh n-streyn] /kənˈstreɪn/ verb (used with object) 1. to force, compel, or oblige: He was constrained to admit the offense. 2. to confine forcibly, as by bonds. 3. to repress or restrain: Cold […]



  • Constrainedly

    [kuh n-streynd] /kənˈstreɪnd/ adjective 1. forced, compelled, or obliged: a constrained confession. 2. stiff or unnatural; uneasy or embarrassed: a constrained manner. /kənˈstreɪnd/ adjective 1. embarrassed, unnatural, or forced: a constrained smile

  • Constraint

    [kuh n-streynt] /kənˈstreɪnt/ noun 1. limitation or restriction. 2. repression of natural feelings and impulses: to practice constraint. 3. unnatural restraint in manner, conversation, etc.; embarrassment. 4. something that . 5. the act of . 6. the condition of being . 7. Linguistics. a restriction on the operation of a linguistic rule or the occurrence […]



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