Restrain vs Unstinted - What's the difference?
As a verb restrain
is to control or keep in check.
As an adjective unstinted is
not constrained, not restrained, or not confined.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
To control or keep in check.
To deprive of liberty.
To restrict or limit.
, author=George Monbiot, authorlink=George Monbiot
, title=Money just makes the rich suffer
, volume=188, issue=23, page=19
, magazine=(The Guardian Weekly
, passage=In order to grant the rich these pleasures, the social contract is reconfigured. […] The public realm is privatised, the regulations restraining
the ultra-wealthy and the companies they control are abandoned, and Edwardian levels of inequality are almost fetishised.}}
Not constrained, not restrained, or not confined.
* 1874 , , Far From the Madding Crowd , ch. 33:
* 1892 , , Letters of Travel , ch. 1:
- Mr. Coggan poured the liquor with unstinted liberality at the suffering Cain's circular mouth.
* 1900 , , Love and Mr. Lewisham , ch. 31:
- Wherever we went there was the sun, lavish and unstinted .
* 1921 , , Indiscretions of Archie , ch. 24:
- You must have support and belief—unstinted support and belief.
* 2005 , , "
- The music-publisher had been unstinted in his praise.
Art: American Renaissance Man," Time , 21 June:
- Augustus Saint-Gaudens . . .gave the crude, grabbing Republic its lessons in symbolic deportment and visual elocution, and won its unstinted gratitude.
* (not constrained) unconstrained, unrestrained