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See definition of limited on Dictionary.com
  • adj.restricted, definite
  • adj.inadequate, short

synonyms for limited

  • defined
  • finite
  • narrow
  • bound
  • bounded
  • checked
  • circumscribed
  • confined
  • constrained
  • controlled
  • curbed
  • delimited
  • fixed
  • hampered
  • local
  • modified
  • particular
  • qualified
  • reserved
  • restrained
  • sectional
  • determinate
  • hemmed in
  • precise
  • topical
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antonyms for limited

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  • unrestricted
  • extroverted
  • free
  • general
  • indefinite
  • outgoing
  • unbounded
  • unlimited
  • OK
  • adequate
  • limitless
  • satisfactory
  • sufficient
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How to use limited in a sentence

People will be allowed to leave their homes only for work, to shop for essential supplies, for care or caregiving, and for limited exercise, and schools will be closed to in-person learning Monday through Wednesday.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S FIVE-SET BATTLE AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN STARTED WITH FANS AND ENDED WITHOUT THEMMATT BONESTEELFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The limited vaccine supply provokes even more anxiety because people are trying to get their hands on a very rare commodity.
DON’T HATE THE VACCINE TOURISTS, HATE THE VACCINE GAMEJEN KIRBYFEBRUARY 12, 2021VOX
It was always on our radar that we had an opportunity to help people connect, because physical contact was so limited.
HOW HALLMARK IS HANDLING PANDEMIC VALENTINE’S DAYLUKE WINKIEFEBRUARY 12, 2021VOX
The company also hopes the limited reopening of California Adventure in March could provide a boost.
DISNEY TOOK IN NEARLY $5 BILLION LESS IN REVENUE OVER THE PANDEMIC-RIDDLED HOLIDAYSSTEVEN ZEITCHIKFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Because the lyrics feature is only a test, you may not see it yourself in the Spotify app, due to its limited availability.
SPOTIFY CONFIRMS IT’S (FINALLY) TESTING A LYRICS FEATURE IN THE U.S.SARAH PEREZFEBRUARY 9, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Put these two mechanics together, and you have limited flight.
KEEP THE FOOTBALL MODE IN ‘ROCKET LEAGUE,’ YOU COWARDSMIKHAIL KLIMENTOVFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Reynolds’s emergency proclamation, issued Friday and effective Sunday, lifted a limited mask mandate that was issued in November long after many states had already instituted such measures.
THE GOVERNOR OF IOWA LIFTED CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS. THESE CITIES ARE KEEPING THEM ANYWAY.PAULINA VILLEGASFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
His mobility, a key to his game, has appeared to be somewhat limited, but his arm was just fine.
SUPER BOWL HIGHLIGHTS: BUCS CELEBRATE CHAMPIONSHIP, TOM BRADY WINS MVPDES BIELER, MARK MASKE, CHUCK CULPEPPERFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Pepco is making land and roof space available for community solar projects to benefit limited-income customers and help the District meet its local solar goals.
ADVERTORIAL | PEPCO’S COMMITMENT TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE CLIMATEADVERTORIALFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
The market stabilized somewhat, but the stocks rose again when Robinhood announced that the game was back on for Friday—in a limited way.
GAMESTOP CRACKDOWN, NEW COVID-19 STRAINS, RIGATONI BOPSJORDAN LEBEAUJANUARY 28, 2021QUARTZ
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WORDS RELATED TO LIMITED

  • curable
  • early stage
  • harmless
  • limited
  • remediable
  • slight
  • superficial
  • adapted
  • adjusted
  • aged
  • amended
  • conditioned
  • deteriorated
  • developed
  • done over
  • edited
  • limited
  • matured
  • modernized
  • modified
  • moved
  • mutated
  • qualified
  • redone
  • reformed
  • remodeled
  • renovated
  • reprogrammed
  • rescheduled
  • revised
  • shifted
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