Part of speech:
(of circumstances) tending to constrict freedom
To squeeze the juice or other contents from:
To enter into by contract; establish or settle by formal agreement:
To press or join firmly together:
To press in order to extract liquid, juice, etc.
To press together.
(Economics) To make money harder to borrow or obtain.
(Grammar) To apply a tense to.
To compress the trachea so as to prevent sufficient passage of air; suffocate.
To confine within bounds; set a limit to; restrict; curb
(--- Biology) To decrease, limit, or block the action or function of (an enzyme or organ, for example).
To hamper is defined as to stop someone from doing something or stop something from progressing as it should.
To grip is defined as to take or hold something firmly.
To prevent (a person or group) from doing something or acting in a certain way.
To keep within certain limits; confine or limit:
To be checked, as if by choking; to stick.
To compel, as by oath, legal restraint, or contract
To remove obstructions or entanglements from; clear:
Release is defined as to set free or to relieve.
To remove the wrapping from:
To free the bowels from constipation.
To spread out; open out; stretch out; unfold
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
Find another word for constricting. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for constricting, like: constrictive, narrowing, pressing, contracting, compacting, squeezing, compressing, tightening, tensing, strangling and shrinking.