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Definition of Restriction

  • The act of restricting, or state of being restricted; confinement within limits or bounds.
  • That which restricts; limitation; restraint; as, restrictions on trade.
  • an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)
  • the act of keeping something within specified bounds (by force if necessary)
  • a principle that limits the extent of something

How to use restriction in a sentence. Restriction pronunciation.

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This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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How different if, instead of crude and wholesale compulsion, resort were had-as it had been had before the Prohibitionist mania swept us off our feet-to well-considered measures of regulation and restriction, and to the legitimate influences of persuasion and example!
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While in Constantinople He ignored every restriction, especially the hostility of ministers of state and clergy.
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By overcoming this law and restriction however he sails in ships over the ocean, mounts to the zenith in aeroplanes and sinks to the depths of the sea in submarines.
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We will investigate independently, free from the restrictions of dogmatic beliefs, blind imitations of ancestral forms, and the influence of mere human opinion; for as we enter this question we will find some who declare that religion is a cause of uplift and betterment in the world, while others assert just as positively that it is a detriment and a source of degradation to mankind.
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At a time when His Holiness was in the prison of Akká and was under the restrictions and threats of two bloodthirsty kings, notwithstanding this fact, His teachings spread with all power in Írán and other countries.
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At present for fifty years the Bahá’ís in Írán and most regions have been under severe restrictions and the threat of sword and spear.
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Regarding this, restrictions and limitations are in no wise permitted.
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He was tired of having to do things because he was told; and the restrictions irked him, not because they were unreasonable, but because they were restrictions.
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The House of Representatives in 1819 adopted the Missouri bill with the amendment restricting slavery, but the Senate did not concur; and Alabama was admitted as a Territory without slavery restriction.
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In 1820 Mr. Thomas, a senator from Illinois, proposed, as a mutual concession, that Missouri should be admitted without restriction, but that in all that part of the territory outside that State ceded by France to the United States, north of the latitude of 36 deg.
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How it will be finally settled, no one can predict; perhaps through a series of compromises, with ever lessening restriction, until the millennial dream of universal free trade shall become practicable.
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Though the whole fortune was left absolutely to her, with the exception of twenty-five thousand pounds each to Andrew Fraser and his son, she was tied up by restrictions so infamously brutal, that her three years of minority stretched out before her as a death in life.
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From luxury arises avidity, from avidity, invasion by violence and perfidy; from luxury arises the iniquity of the judge, the venality of the witness, the improbity of the husband, the prostitution of the wife, the obduracy of parents, the ingratitude of children, the avarice of the master, the dishonesty of the servant, the dilapidation of the administrator, the perversity of the legislator, lying, perfidy, perjury, assassination, and all the disorders of the social state; so that it was with a profound sense of truth, that ancient moralists have laid the basis of the social virtues on simplicity of manners, restriction of wants, and contentment with a little; and a sure way of knowing the extent of a man's virtues and vices is, to find out if his expenses are proportionate to his fortune, and calculate, from his want of money, his probity, his integrity in fulfilling his engagements, his devotion to the public weal, and his sincere or pretended love of his country.
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Examples of Restriction

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The process is slower, to be sure, but it had accomplished wonderful improvement in our own time and before; what it gained was solid gain; and it did not invite either the resentment, the lawlessness, or the other evils which despotic prohibition of innocent pleasure carries in its train.
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When we have choked off a particular avenue of satisfaction to a widespread human desire; when, foiled perhaps in one direction, we attack with equal fury the possibility of escape in another and another; who shall assure us that, debarred of satisfaction in old and tried ways, the same desires will not find vent in far more injurious indulgences ?