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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overconstrain.
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The politics and fractious infighting (within and with help from Congress) make the problem overconstrained.
Most of the time there is no reason for this as I know that the block is not overconstrained.
The big companies don’t have all the answers, and the answers they do have are often so overconstrained by inertia, internal internescine games, and quarterly results that innovation is reduced to a slogan.