Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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But humans have adapted themselves to the constraints of their own inventions.

Schiller brooded gloomily over the constraints and hardships of his situation.

You are vigilant and self-reliant, and, pleased with this, I wish not to obtrude any restraints or constraints upon you.

The artists exult no less defiantly in their freedom from the constraints of fixed residence.

Living in a time of change, this is her chance to beat the system and all the literate norms and constraints it imposes on her.

This experience eventually settled and became more uniform through the means and constraints of orality.

It freed the sexual experience from most of the constraints it was subjected to in a civilization striving for order and control.

The design that leads to such patterns of human experiences must free itself from the constraints of sequentiality.

Not having to force themselves to think in an imposed language, students are freed from the constraints of assigned tasks.

Lay yourself, therefore, under no constraints that I do not lay you under, but consider yourself as perfectly free.