- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of restrain.
“But now you are safe; for age has cooled my passions, and my calling restrains them. ”
“There was no power of coercion, such as restrains the hired soldier, in his little band; it was held together only by the cohesive force of patriotism and attachment to the leader.”
“But now you are safe; for age has cooled my passions, and my calling restrains them.’”
“But now you are safe; for age has cooled my passions, and my calling restrains me. ”
“That Madeira is not its own state also restrains its autonomy in making tax policy.”
“These lawsuits will begin by asking a judge to issue an injunction alleging that the 32 teams' decision to cease football operations is an anticompetitive agreement that restrains competition for the services of NFL players.”
“We find little evidence that competition restrains or encourages exaggeration.”
“And that breaking up monopolies restrains competition?”
“The economy won't improve until the political class restrains its appetites.”
“When a woman restrains her creative essence, she ultimately limits the expansive nature of her releasing energy.”
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