1. Restrain, check, curb, bridle mean to hold back from or control in doing something. Restrain suggests holding back by force or persuasion from acting or from going to extremes
2. Restrained themselves from laughing check implies Restraining or impeding a progress, activity, or impetus
3. Restrain definition, to hold back from action; keep in check or under control; repress: to Restrain one's temper
4. Some common synonyms of Restrain are bridle, check, and curb
5. While all these words mean "to hold back from or control in doing something," Restrain suggests holding back by force or persuasion from acting or from going to extremes. Restrained themselves from laughing When could bridle be used to replace Restrain?
Restrain, Restrained, Replace
6. Find 81 ways to say Restrain, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
7. Restrain means to hold yourself back, which is exactly what you'd have to do if, after weeks of dieting, you found yourself face to face with a dessert case filled with pies, cakes, and cookies
8. Restrain can also mean to restrict or hold back someone else, to prevent someone from doing what they're intending to do.
Restrain, Restrict, Re
9. The Crossword Solver found 200 answers to the Restrain crossword clue
10. Restrain 'Restrain' is a 8 letter word starting with R and ending with N Crossword clues for 'Restrain' Clue Answer; Hold someone back (8) Restrain: Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Restrain We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Restrain will help you to finish your crossword today
11. Restrain is a cost-effective anti-sprouting method
12. Restrain ethylene gas is also 4 to 6 times cheaper than any other sprout inhibitor.
13. A Restrained creature’s speed becomes 0, and it can’t benefit from any bonus to its speed
14. • You Restrain yourself from eating favorite junk food as you know it is harmful for your health • Shortage of funds and shortage of time are often described as budgetary constraints and time constraints
15. Restrain synonyms, Restrain pronunciation, Restrain translation, English dictionary definition of Restrain
16. To hold back or keep in check; control: was able Restrain his emotions.
17. To control the actions or behaviour of someone by force, especially in order to stop them from doing something, or to limit the growth or force of something: When he started fighting, it took four police officers to Restrain him
18. She was so angry that she could hardly Restrain …
19. Restraint definition, a Restraining action or influence: freedom from Restraint
20. Restrain is used more in the sense of preventing an action: Congress must Restrain spending next year
21. The man turned violent and it took four officers to Restrain him
22. I wanted more dessert, but I Restrained …
23. Restrain will automatically receive the contract signed by you digitally via email and you will receive a copy
24. See 8 authoritative translations of Restrain in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
25. Synonyms: Restrain, curb, check, bridle, inhibit These verbs mean to hold back or keep under control
26. Restrain implies restriction or limitation, as on one's freedom of action: "a wise and frugal government, which shall Restrain men from injuring one another" (Thomas Jefferson)
27. To curb is to Restrain as if with reins: "As a teacher he was rather dull.
Restrain, Reins, Rather
28. Other ways to Restrain a patient include: A caregiver holding a patient in a way that restricts the person's movement; Patients being given medicines against their will to restrict their movement; Placing a patient in a room alone, from which the person is not free to leave
Restrain, Restricts, Restrict, Room
29. Restrain - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
30. Restrain - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
31. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Restrain [sb] ⇒ vtr transitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, "Say something." "She found the cat." (physically) sujetar a vtr + prep: refrenar a vtr + prep: The police officers Restrained the attacker, pinning his arms behind his back.
Restrain, Refrenar, Restrained
32. ‘I replied, unable to Restrain my fast spreading grin.’ ‘At first, I managed to Restrain myself, but then I heard a suppressed giggle from the veranda and made the mistake of turning round.’ ‘Lisa rolled her eyes and Restrained the urge to tap her foot impatiently.’
Replied, Restrain, Round, Rolled, Restrained
33. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English re‧strain /rɪˈstreɪn/ ●○○ AWL verb [ transitive] 1 to stop someone from doing something, often by using physical force Restrain somebody from doing something I had to Restrain her from running out into the street.
Re, Restrain, Running
34. To stop somebody/something from doing something, especially by using physical force Restrain somebody/something The prisoner had to be Restrained by the police
35. He placed a Restraining hand on her arm. Restrain somebody/something from (doing) something They have obtained an injunction Restraining the company from selling the product.
36. Restraint is a derived term of Restrain
37. As a verb Restrain is to control or keep in check
38. As a noun Restraint is (countable) something that Restrains, ties, fastens or secures.
39. What is the definition of Restrain? What is the meaning of Restrain? How do you use Restrain in a sentence? What are synonyms for Restrain?
40. I usually Restrain myself from making such a rash move, but it's not easy
41. Gladwell claims that the officer was trying to Restrain his dogs while Gadsden was the aggressor
42. On 4th November the plaintiff's solicitors informed Brent that an application would be made that afternoon to Restrain the proposed reletting of the property.
43. Definition of Restrain written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
44. “Restrain” is a transitive verb: it needs an object
45. Although “refrain” was once a synonym for “Restrain” it is now an intransitive verb: it should not have an object
46. Here are examples of correct modern usage: “When I pass the doughnut shop I have to Restrain myself” (“myself” is the object)
47. Definition and synonyms of Restrain from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
48. This is the British English definition of Restrain.View American English definition of Restrain.
49. French Translation of “Restrain” The official Collins English-French Dictionary online
50. Restrain (third-person singular simple present Restrains, present participle Restraining, simple past and past participle Restrained) To control or keep in check
Restrain, Restrains, Restraining, Restrained
51. He was Restrained by the straitjacket.
52. Definition of Restrain, RestrainABLE, RestrainED, RestrainER, and RestrainING from the King James Bible Dictionary Thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name
Restrain, Restrainable, Restrained, Restrainer, Restraining
53. A noun or pronoun is used between "Restrain" and "from." I Restrained from making snide remarks as he plodded through his utterly inept presentation
Restrain, Restrained, Remarks
54. It can be hard for parents to Restrain from doing everything for their children, but you've got to let them figure out how to
55. Definition of Restrain in the Definitions.net dictionary
56. What does Restrain mean? Information and translations of Restrain in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions …
57. As verbs the difference between refrain and Restrain is that refrain is (archaic) to hold back, to Restrain (someone or something) while Restrain is to control or keep in check
58. We found 30 answers for “Restrain”
59. This page shows answers to the clue Restrain, followed by 7 definitions like “To limit; to confine”, “Cumber hold back” and “Keep under control”.Synonyms for Restrain are for example check, control and curtail.More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.
60. Definition of Restrain from in the Idioms Dictionary
61. What does Restrain from expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
62. He had asked the court to Restrain the respondents from unauthorised and illegal use of the title, script, characters, dialogues, poetry, style, songs, music, besides registeration and exhibition of the work deceptively similar to the original film.
Restrain, Respondents, Registeration
63. Restrain definition: If you Restrain someone, you stop them from doing what they intended or wanted to do, Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
64. [כָּלָא] verb shut up, Restrain, withhold (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic כְּלָא, ; Ethiopic Restrain, hinder; Assyrian Kâlû, id.; Arabic protect Qor 21:43 compare Ba ZMG 1887, 605 Anm
65. What does Restrain mean? To restrict or limit
66. (verb) Middle English restreinen from Old French Restraindre restreign-from Latin restringere to bind back restrict
Restreinen, Restraindre, Restreign, Restringere, Restrict
67. Constrain: 1 v hold back Synonyms: cumber , encumber , Restrain Types: show 4 types hide 4 types bridle put a bridle on curb keep to the curb clog impede the motion of, as with a chain or a burden snaffle fit or Restrain with a snaffle Type of: bound , confine , limit , Restrain , restrict , throttle , trammel place limits on (extent or