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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of suppress.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Restrained; repressed; concealed.
- In heraldry, debruised: as, a lion suppressed by a bend.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. manifesting or subjected to suppression
- adj. kept from public knowledge by various means
- adj. held in check with difficulty
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Havelock Ellis, "an archaic world of vast emotions and imperfect thoughts," appear to us as happy anticipations of our deductions to the effect that _primitive_ modes of work suppressed during the day participate in the formation of the dream; and with us, as with Delage, the _suppressed_ material becomes the mainspring of the dreaming.
This is what they call our suppressed cycle I believe, getting all the testing, etc. taken care of before the first monitored, assisted cycle.
His eyes were brilliant with what she identified as suppressed outrage.
The prayer added to the end of the procession in 1955 has been suppressed from the new Missal entirely.
$200 Billion dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens0
Churchill was a rabid colonialist and was Prime Minister when Britain suppressed the Kenyan Mau Mau rebellion.
I hated Living With Ghosts with a passion while doing the copy-edit -- and moreover my awful pun which I thought I'd suppressed is still there and can't be removed.
The ship Trumpet has come to an illegal lab, set to make the anti-mutagen that the galactic police (UMCP) have had but have suppressed from the rest of humanity for so long, keeping the alien threat of the Amnion alive for profit.
Of course religion was alive and well, even being suppressed from the public life, many times by brute force.
Our company has recently obtained medical information that has been suppressed from the public for years due to the concern of wide-scale panic.