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Synonyms for suppress

Synonyms for suppress

to bring to an end forcibly as if by imposing a heavy weight

to keep from being published or transmitted

to hold (something requiring an outlet) in check

Synonyms for suppress

come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority

control and refrain from showing

put out of one's consciousness

reduce the incidence or severity of or stop

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A team of researchers including those from Hiroshima University has identified a gene that acts to suppress the onset of leukemia and other blood cancers even after DNA damage caused by exposure to radiation, according to a study published in a U.
QuickTrim Suppress and Burn was one of three products cancelled from the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods this week, the Herald Sun reported.
A study she was lead author on reports that, although liars can reduce facial actions when under scrutiny, they cannot suppress them all.
A Power Governments Cannot Suppress by Howard Zinn, City Lights Books, 287 pages, $16.
They are more potent than other medications such as Zantac or Pepcid that suppress acid production through a different biological mechanism.
A lot of damage was done through the long centuries of Christian conflict by people willing to escalate theological debates into pitched battles, charge opponents with heresy, and manipulate political power to suppress or even kill (in the name of the Lord) those defined as "false teachers.
I am very determined that we not suppress free speech on this campus.
In the previous experiments using menopausal-model rats, the two partners confirmed that cyanidin-3-glucoside daidzein suppress the abdominal adiposity.
Scientists in the UK and US have identified a hunger-regulating hormone which, they say can, be manipulated to boost or suppress a person's appetite.
The use of coincidences between electron and proton signals will allow us to considerably suppress the background.
Counsel for the defendant, in a motion to suppress, argued that the confession in response to custodial interrogation at the police station was "tainted" by the unwarned statement made in the suspect's living room.
Even though the nasty campaign suppressed voting so that only 30 percent of those registered came to the polls, it couldn't suppress the desire of those who did turn out to make a change at the top.
But there is another danger: Republicans may use a variety of tactics to suppress the vote of racial minorities in swing states.
Rome -- The destruction of Catholic schools has become a new trend to suppress religious freedom in Asia, warns a priest-journalist.