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Non-central words, even if mentioned frequently in the text, are suppressed.

The standard feminist reading of Bertha is that she is Jane’s shadow self, making her a metaphor for the violence and unruliness that Jane suppresses out of her life.

From Vox

In 28, governments blocked websites or forced outlets, users, or platforms to censor information in order to suppress critical reporting, unfavorable health statistics, or other content related to the coronavirus.

One group of 40 scientists wrote a letter to the chief medical officers of the UK suggesting that they should aim to “suppress the virus across the entire population”.

The GOP balked after Google curtailed ad targeting, calling the restrictions “a blatant attempt to suppress voter information.”

From Digiday

El Niño, which typically suppresses hurricanes, is not expected to develop this year.

His budding summer affair with Ecuador, where President Correa openly suppresses privately owned media, has provoked fresh sneers.

Park City is having an unusually bad season for snow, which of course suppresses business.

The prince ingratiates himself with her: she suppresses the periodical droughts and marries him.

But what can be thought of a historian who suppresses Jeanne's trial because he finds it inconvenient?

Hence it embraces the whole series of times, or what comes to the same thing, it suppresses time and change.

Hence, as it suppresses all that is contingent, it will also suppress all coercion, and will set man free physically and morally.

The more a man suppresses his own personal pride, the higher he stands in the moral sense.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suppresses, such as: subdue, quench, censor, curb, repress, and cut off.

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