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The luxuriously soft mesh feels like pulling pantyhose over my body, and extra-wide leg grippers provide the ideal amount of compression and support without constricting or rubbing.

The Ghostbusters are often constricted by their refusal to understand the opposite sex.

It would also enshrine one constricted vision of "Jewish state."

Three bills introduced in 2011 “would have severely constricted early voting” in the state, says Tokaji.

By now, however, he has drastically constricted his scope to reshape his campaign.

Though we remain a big country geographically, we are fatally constricted in vision, spirit, and imagination.

The fingers of his right hand constricted on Burkey's throat until the man's eyes crawled a little way out of their sockets.

The Mexicans were slowly constricted to an ever narrowing circle.

The large part next the chlorid tube is protected by fine wire gauze which extends to within a half inch of the constricted part.

Being bent double it was attached to the animal by the intermediate angle, and when unfolded was constricted in the middle.

The constricted posterior part of a pedunculate head, by which it inosculates in the trunk.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to constricted, such as: cramped, definite, limited, precarious, precise, and slender.

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