|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers|
|Division (II) Intersocial Volition|
| Section I. General Intersocial Volition|
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|NOUN:||RESTRAINT; hindrance [See Hindrance]; coercion (compulsion) [See Compulsion]; cohibition [rare], constraint, repression; discipline, control.|
limitation, restriction, protection, monopoly; prohibition [See Prohibition]; economic pressure.
CONFINEMENT, restringency [obs.], durance, duress; imprisonment; incarceration, coarctation [obs.], entombment, mancipation [obs.], thrall; thralldom (subjection) [See Subjection]; durance vile, limbo, captivity; blockade; detention camp; quarantine station.
ARREST, arrestation [rare], arrestment, custody.
KEEP, care, charge, ward.
curb (means of restraint) [See Prison]; lettres de cachet [F.].
REPRESSIONIST, monopolist, protectionist.
PRISONER [See Prisoner].
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|VERB:||RESTRAIN, check; put -, lay- under restraint, put under arrest; enthrall or enthral, inthrall or inthral, bethrall or bethral; restrict; debar (hinder) [See Hindrance]; constrain; coerce (compel) [See Compulsion]; curb, control; hold -, keep- -back, - from, - in, - in check, - within bounds; hold in -leash, - leading strings; withhold.|
repress, suppress; keep under; smother; pull in, rein in; hold, - fast; keep a tight hand on; prohibit [See Prohibition]; inhibit, cohibit.
FASTEN (join) [See Junction]; enchain, fetter, shackle; entrammel, trammel; bridle, muzzle, hopple, gag, pinion, manacle, handcuff, tie ones hands, hobble, bind, bind hand and foot; swathe, swaddle; pin down, tether; picket; tie, - up, - down; peg -out, - down; keep [archaic], secure; forge fetters.
CONFINE; shut -up, - in; clap up, lock up, box up, mew up, bottle up, cork up, seal up, button up; hem in, bolt in, wall in, rail in; impound, pen, coop; inclose (circumscribe) [See Circumscription]; cage; incage or encage; close the door upon, cloister; imprison, jug [slang], immure; incarcerate, entomb; clap -, lay- under hatches; put in -irons, - a strait-waistcoat; throw -, cast- into prison; put into bilboes.
ARREST; take -up, - charge of, - into custody; restringe [rare], cohibit [rare]; take -, make- -prisoner, - captive; captivate [rare]; lead -captive, - into captivity; send -, commit- to prison; commit; give in -charge, - custody; subjugate [See Subjection].
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|ADJECTIVE:||RESTRAINED, constrained; imprisoned &c. v.; pent up; jammed in, packed in, wedged in; under -restraint, - lock and key, - hatches; in swaddling clothes; on parole; serving -, doing- time [colloq. or slang]; in irons, in the guardhouse; in custody (prisoner) [See Prisoner]; cohibitive [rare]; mancipatory [Rom. law]; coactive (compulsory) [See Compulsion].|
icebound, windbound, weatherbound; cabined, cribbed, confined [Macbeth]; in lobs pound, laid by the heels.
STIFF, restringent [obs.], narrow, prudish, strait-laced, hidebound, barkbound.
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|ADVERB:||UNDER RESTRAINT, under discipline; in prison, in jail, in durance vile, in confinement; behind bars; in captivity, during captivity; under arrest; under prohibition; within limits, within bounds.|
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- Checked like a bondman.Julius Cæsar
- You forget yourself To hem me in.Browning
- Her cabind ample spirit.Arnold