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Constrained vs Suppressed - What's the difference?

constrained | suppressed |


As verbs the difference between constrained and suppressed

is that constrained is (constrain) while suppressed is (suppress).

As an adjective constrained

is within close bounds; confined.

Restrictive vs Constrained - What's the difference?

restrictive | constrained |


As adjectives the difference between restrictive and constrained

is that restrictive is confining, limiting, containing with in defined bounds while constrained is within close bounds; confined.

As a verb constrained is

(constrain).

Stifled vs Constrained - What's the difference?

stifled | constrained |


As adjectives the difference between stifled and constrained

is that stifled is that has been interrupted, suppressed etc while constrained is within close bounds; confined.

As verbs the difference between stifled and constrained

is that stifled is (stifle) while constrained is (constrain).

Constrained vs Shrinking - What's the difference?

constrained | shrinking | Related terms |

Constrained is a related term of shrinking.


As verbs the difference between constrained and shrinking

is that constrained is (constrain) while shrinking is .

As an adjective constrained

is within close bounds; confined.

As a noun shrinking is

the act of one who, or that which, shrinks; act of becoming smaller or moving timidly away.

Stiff vs Constrained - What's the difference?

stiff | constrained | Synonyms |

Stiff is a synonym of constrained.


As adjectives the difference between stiff and constrained

is that stiff is of an object, rigid, hard to bend, inflexible while constrained is within close bounds; confined.

As verbs the difference between stiff and constrained

is that stiff is to fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily while constrained is (constrain).

As a noun stiff

is an average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education, often a working stiff''''' or ''lucky '''stiff .

Constrained vs Affected - What's the difference?

constrained | affected | Related terms |

Constrained is a related term of affected.


As verbs the difference between constrained and affected

is that constrained is (constrain) while affected is (affect).

As adjectives the difference between constrained and affected

is that constrained is within close bounds; confined while affected is influenced or changed by something.

As a noun affected is

someone , as by a disease.

Constrained vs Timid - What's the difference?

constrained | timid | Related terms |

Constrained is a related term of timid.


As adjectives the difference between constrained and timid

is that constrained is within close bounds; confined while timid is timid; shy.

As a verb constrained

is (constrain).

Constrained vs Open - What's the difference?

constrained | open |


As a verb constrained

is (constrain).

As an adjective constrained

is within close bounds; confined.

As a noun open is

.

Constrained vs Subdue - What's the difference?

constrained | subdue |


As verbs the difference between constrained and subdue

is that constrained is (constrain) while subdue is to overcome, quieten, or bring under control.

As an adjective constrained

is within close bounds; confined.

Pertinacious vs Constrained - What's the difference?

pertinacious | constrained | Related terms |

Pertinacious is a related term of constrained.


As adjectives the difference between pertinacious and constrained

is that pertinacious is holding tenaciously to an opinion or purpose while constrained is within close bounds; confined.

As a verb constrained is

(constrain).

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