But can they name a single freedom that the administration has curtailed?
Rumors spread from Foggy Bottom after the coup that arms shipments may be curtailed.
Michelle Goldberg talks to the doctor behind an effort to bring safe abortions to nations where they're curtailed.
The short story format essentially suffocated the story and curtailed its arc.
In March 2012, Time reported that Israel had curtailed much of its covert activities in Iran.
The human race was already becoming degenerate, since it curtailed its homage and its offerings to the dead!
If this period is curtailed the temperature must be raised accordingly.
The wind blew out of Ferrol, and the curtailed scheme for an assault on it, and on Terceira too, had to be abandoned.
I fear our short rations for man and horse will have to be curtailed.
The prelude in C♯ major, in the first set, he has curtailed by striking out thirty-five bars.
late 15c., from Middle French courtault "made short," from court "short" (Old French cort, from Latin curtus; see curt) + -ault pejorative suffix of Germanic origin. Originally curtal; used of horses with docked tails, which probably influenced the spelling. Related: Curtailed; curtailing.