Thesaurus / stifle


“I regret it, I regret it, I regret it,” she says now of her decision to stifle her voice.
When the Packers drafted Adams, he assumed their nearly 10-year difference in age would stifle their relationship.
We felt that the nation was really stifled in every way by the Senators from Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina.
It clearly showed that granting any one arbiter, especially the government, the power to determine truth and falsehood holds the potential to stifle the truth in another way.
Edith Bunker kind of did as she was told, stifled herself when she was ordered to do so.
Then the season-long, 48-points thrill ride of Oklahoma got stifled, 35-7, in its conference title game against Kansas State, while No.
I am 6-foot-1 and hope to lose 10 more pounds, but my goal is not to lower the number as much as it is to maintain good health and stifle obesity for the rest of my life.
Critics say the move could stifle the emerging industry known as “decentralized finance” and complain that the 15-day comment period for the proposed rule—which will span the holidays—is too short.
Adam Cohen, the company’s director of economic policy, said the search giant’s business practices reflect a desire to deliver more information to consumers — not stifle competitors.
The Tigers’ defense has been a strength, holding opponents to about 50 points per game, and it stifled Maryland.


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