circumscribe

Circumscribe vs Strict - What's the difference?

circumscribe | strict |


As a verb circumscribe

is to draw a line around; to encircle.

As an adjective strict is

strained; drawn close; tight.

Circumscribe vs Environ - What's the difference?

circumscribe | environ | Synonyms |

Circumscribe is a synonym of environ.


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and environ

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while environ is to surround; to encircle.

Circumscribe vs Moderate - What's the difference?

circumscribe | moderate | Related terms |

Circumscribe is a related term of moderate.


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and moderate

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while moderate is to reduce the excessiveness of (something).

As an adjective moderate is

not excessive; acting in moderation.

As a noun moderate is

one who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.

Circumscribe vs Demarcated - What's the difference?

circumscribe | demarcated |


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and demarcated

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while demarcated is (demarcate).

Frustrate vs Circumscribe - What's the difference?

frustrate | circumscribe |


As verbs the difference between frustrate and circumscribe

is that frustrate is to disappoint or defeat; to vex by depriving of something expected or desired while circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle.

As an adjective frustrate

is vain; ineffectual; useless; nugatory.

Circumscribe vs Constraint - What's the difference?

circumscribe | constraint |


As a verb circumscribe

is to draw a line around; to encircle.

As a noun constraint is

something that constrains.

Circumscribe vs Delimitation - What's the difference?

circumscribe | delimitation |


As a verb circumscribe

is to draw a line around; to encircle.

As a noun delimitation is

delimitation.

Circumscribe vs Desist - What's the difference?

circumscribe | desist |


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and desist

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while desist is to cease to proceed or act; to stop; to forbear; -- often with from .

Circumscribe vs Abridge - What's the difference?

circumscribe | abridge | Synonyms |

Circumscribe is a synonym of abridge.


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and abridge

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while abridge is (archaic) to deprive; to cut off .

Circumscribe vs Curb - What's the difference?

circumscribe | curb | Related terms |

Circumscribe is a related term of curb.


As verbs the difference between circumscribe and curb

is that circumscribe is to draw a line around; to encircle while curb is to check, restrain or control.

As a noun curb is

(north america) a row of concrete along the edge of a road; a kerb (uk ).

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