Thesaurus / restraint

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They placed him in restraints and took him to the Central Jail in downtown San Diego.
When Romeo observed how the animals reacted to extended periods of stress — 30 minutes of restraint each day for seven days — the pattern was different.
After the animals were released from the restraints, stress hormones surged higher in young rats than in adults.
The rats endured the 30-minute restraint each day for seven days.
It’s navigating the balance between amazing graphics and technical restraints and finding a way to design within these limits.
Attacking the brain, they warp the judgment, and weaken the power of restraint.
It puts a restraint on me, and it checks the freedom of my movements along the road of life.
FOMA GORDYEFFMAXIM GORKY
With the English which she had, came intention and the restraint which it implies.
It existed merely for the purpose of outward discipline, restraint and correction.
When we three were together he noticed a certain coldness and restraint which he endeavored to banish by cheerful good-humor.

WORDS RELATED TO RESTRAINT

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