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Synonyms for constrict

Synonyms for constrict

to make smaller or narrower

to reduce in size, as by drawing together

to subject to compression

to check the freedom and spontaneity of

Synonyms for constrict

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Truly, the implicit theory of education is to bring about change and manage that change constrictively, and the indication is that when people receive constructive education they are able to deal with its various manifestations in a manner that is generally acceptable by society.
Constrictively, I will conclude this discussion on time with a brief discussion of celestial calendars via the ancient civilizations of the Nile valley and of modern Dogon, two African cultures with astute celestial awareness wherein movements of the sun, planets, stars, and select constellations have been meticulously documented.
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