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Synonyms Dictionary

-n. 5. walk, stroll, airing, amble, saunter, promenade, march; ramble, perambulation, hike, outing, tramp; trot, jog, jog trot, run.

constrain, v. 1. coerce, compel, force, drive, press, pressure, oblige, hustle, railroad; impel, urge, impress, provoke, instigate, extort; cause, require, (usu. used passively) bind, exact, necessitate, make; draft, conscript, commandeer; persuade, induce, prevail upon, insist upon, pin [s.o.] down, Inf. shove or

ram down one's throat; apply pressure, SI.

lean against or

on, armtwist, twist [s.o.'s] arm, put the screws on or

to, Inf. strong-arm, put the heat on, squeeze.
2. tyrannize, terrorize, threaten, bulldoze, dragoon; bully, hector, torment, harass, abuse, taunt, tease, bullyrag; intimidate, browbeat, cow, frighten, terrify, petrify.
3. confine, restrict, hem in, hedge in, tie down; check, curb, limit; bind, astrict, tie, bound; enclose, shut in, shut up, keep in, quarantine, isolate; cage, coop, pen in, rail in, fence, corral; box up, bottle up, seal up; lock up, imprison, jail, incarcerate, impound, wall in, immure, put in irons.
4. repress, inhibit, stifle; hamper, hinder, impede; restrain, hold back, hold in, control, suppress, swallow.

constraint, n. 1. confinement, imprisonment, incarceration, durance, detention; captivity, chains, bonds; bondage, slavery, servitude, thralldom, subjugation, enthrallment.
2. repression, control, inhibition, stifling, restraint, suppression; diffidence, timidity, bashfulness, reserve, embarrassment.
3. restriction, limitation, check, curb, obstruction,
deterrent.
4. coercion, compulsion, force, coaction; pressure, duress, obligation; persuasion, inducement, insistence, armtwisting; urge, provocation, requirement, necessi-tation, necessity.

constrict, v. 1. cramp, squeeze, tighten, pinch, Inf. tighten up on, Inf. put the squeeze on, strangle, strangulate, draw or

press in, bind, wrap up, coarctate, straiten, constringe, compress, astringe; contract, shrink, narrow, reduce, decrease, diminish, cut down or

short, curtail.
2. impede, obstruct, block, clog, slow, stall, stop, arrest, reign, draw reign,
Inf. pull back on, bring to a standstill, bring to an impasse, stalemate, checkmate, check, curb, retard, thwart, foil, prevent, inhibit, restrain, repress, constrain, hold, hamstring, delay, frustrate, bar, hold up, tie down, deter, detain, stay, Inf. clip one's wings; hinder, hamper, trammel, handicap, fetter, shackle, tie, tie one's hands, manacle; encumber, cumber, burden, saddle with; limit, restrict, confine, circumscribe, keep within bounds, bound, demarcate, define.

constriction, n. 1. cramping, squeezing, tightening, pinching, strangling, strangulation, binding, wrapping up, coarctation, straitening, constringing, compression, compressing, astringing; contraction, contracting, shrinkage, shrinking, narrowing, Obs. angustation, reduction, reducing, decrease, decreasing, diminution, diminishing, cutting down or

short, curtailment, curtailing.
2. tightness, contracture, stricture, inner pressure, astringency, strangulation, strangling, choking, squeezing, binding; cramp, crick, crimp, stitch, crink, pang, ache, throe; spasm, muscle spasm, convulsion.
3. knot, charley horse, gnarl, block; lump, bump, bulge, swell, swelling, tumescence, hump, knob, protuberance, node, nodule, nodulus.
4. impediment, obstruction, blockage, clog, clogging, standstill, impasse, stalemate, checkmate, check, curb, curbing, retardation, thwarting, foil, prevention, preventing, inhibition, inhibiting, restraint, restraining, repression, repressing, constraint, constraining, hold, hamstring, delay, frustration, bar, deterrent, stay; hindrance, hampering, handicap, fetters, shackles, manacles,
Inf. handcuffs; encumbrance, incumbrance, cumbrance, burden; limitation, limiting, restriction, restricting, circumscription, boundary, line of demarcation, pale.

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