Constrict

Word CONSTRICT
Character 9
Hyphenation con strict
Pronunciations /kənˈstɹɪkt/

Definitions and meanings of "Constrict"

What do we mean by constrict?

To make smaller or narrower by binding or squeezing. intransitive verb

To squeeze or compress. intransitive verb

To restrict the scope or freedom of; cramp. intransitive verb

To become constricted. intransitive verb

Same as constricted.

To draw together in any part or at any point by internal force or action; contract; cause shrinkage or diminution of bulk, volume, or capacity in: as, to constrict a canal or a duet.

To compress in one part by external force; squeeze; bind; cramp.

To draw together; to render narrower or smaller; to bind; to cramp; to contract or cause to shrink. transitive verb

To narrow, especially by applying pressure. verb

Squeeze or press together verb

Become tight or as if tight verb

To narrow, especially by application of pressure.

To limit or restrict.

A road construction crew by whose actions cause constrictions in the roadway. Urban Dictionary

Using a flaccid penis, owned by an individual other than yourself, that is long enough in length to wrap it around your own neck entirely at least two times. The owner of the penis then begins to get hard, strangling your neck. As the penis becomes more erect it will begin to crush you throat like a Boa constrictor, eventually breaking the neck. Usually used in a joking manner referring to suicide or depression. Urban Dictionary

When your banging a girl in a church and a pastor or other religious leader walks in and the girl becomes overcome with conviction and tightens up everywhere... Urban Dictionary

When your banging a girl in a church and a pastor or other religious leader walks in and the girl becomes overcome with conviction and tightens up everywhere... Urban Dictionary

The act of rose budding your asshole then taking the smallest rubber band you have and wrapping it around your rose budded anus until you come to anal climax. Legend says it’s the most intense orgasm a human body can experience. Urban Dictionary

When you shove your testicles in a woman’s vagina and she sneezes when you cum Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Constrict

The word "constrict" in example sentences

Dehydration causes vessels to constrict, which is a major cause of erectile dysfunction. ❋ Nancy Deville (2011)

Related words in English include strict, constrict, and restriction. ❋ Leslie Dunton-Downer (2010)

Even the French sought to control American diplomats and, as the war became increasingly expensive, to constrict their claims to independence and land. ❋ Col. Matthew Moten (2011)

Critics have charged that same-sex marriage will constrict the free workings of religious institutions and violate the conscience of individuals who act on religious scruples. ❋ Walter Olson (2011)

As soon as the cord is clamped, the ductus venosus ceases to carry blood to the heart, and it begins to constrict within the first few hours or days of life. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Freezing temperatures also constrict peripheral blood vessels, further stressing the heart. ❋ Ann Lukits (2011)

I'm referring specifically to Sedgwick's 1985 book, Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire, within which she articulates the homosocial attractions shared by people of the same gender to be the cement for the same-sex alliances that constrict power and privilege in all known societies. ❋ G. Roger Denson (2011)

Many conservative politicians in Washington D.C. are peddling false talking points that environmental regulations are "job killers" and constrict economic growth. ❋ Jorge Madrid (2011)

He walked through the projection, making the world twist and constrict. ❋ J. E. Cammon (2011)

The orb seemed to dilate and constrict, making a slight whirring noise as it did so. ❋ Christie Golden (2011)

The ligamentum arteriosum is a remnant of a blood vessel that exists normally in the fetus; it runs between the aorta and the pulmonary artery, and in doing so completes the ring and also might constrict the trachea and/or esophagus. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The chamber, spacious though it was, seemed to constrict around me. ❋ Lucy Weston (2011)

Thanks for the thesis there Storm – so are saying that the Federal Reserve should raise its rates (and thereby constrict lending even more)? ❋ Unknown (2010)

The ductus arteriosus begins to constrict and is typically fully closed within 24 to 48 hours of life, and blood is now then fully directed into the lung. ❋ Unknown (2010)

It'll be incredibly hard job to have an interactive narrative that doesn't constrict the player, but gives that catharsis that really excellent movies do. ❋ SVGL (2009)

Unfortunately, as I introduced myself, explaining that it wasn't a gardening column, my throat began to constrict, just as it had at the screening. ❋ Ralph Gardner Jr. (2011)

President Obama told the American people he was going to nationalize health care, constrict energy supplies and raise prices, prosecute "the good war in Afghanistan" and execute many other heavy-spending agendas. ❋ Unknown (2011)

The constriction crew on I-94 this morning had three lanes of [traffic] down to a single [lane], causing 2 [miles] of backups. ❋ Mookmerkinjr (2010)

Jim: "Oh my god, [finals week] is going to be absolutely terrible! I could really use some nice [brotherly constriction] right about now." Clay: *has a very large penis* Clay: "Well sure [Turner] I'll help you out!" ❋ Bonecrusher99999999999999 (2019)

Mike: How was church bro? Nick: [Awesome man]! Gave this chick some [conviction constriction]! Mike: [Praise the lord]! ❋ Nickyp (2014)

Mike: How was church bro? Nick: [Awesome man]! Gave this chick some [conviction constriction]! Mike: [Praise the lord]! ❋ Nickyp (2014)

Bro, she did this anal constriction [shit on me] and had the most [mind blowing] [gasm]. ❋ D1eB1tch (2022)

Omg I heard [Sarah] [ball constricted] her [boyfriend] yesterday ❋ Oooooooomy (2020)

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