I concur with Voegeli and Hayward about the need to restrain the growth of government.
What about allowing a school to manually or "mechanically" restrain students?
It was news to Posey and Kirstein, who had to restrain their shock.
“He fought like a boxer,” one Taliban source told Yousafzai, and it took several militants to restrain him.
She recalls a Secret Service agent trying to restrain her at the White House, saying the president was all right.
Now that she belongs to Beric and not to me, I need not restrain my just indignation longer.
When he heard these words, he could restrain himself no longer.
It was impossible for these first callers to restrain a thrill of nervousness as to the nature of the reception before them.
At this it cost Raynal a considerable effort to restrain his wrath.
They accordingly steered for it, but the wind falling, they were compelled to restrain their eagerness.
mid-14c., from stem of Old French restreindre "press, push together; curb, bridle; bandage" (12c.), from Latin restringere "draw back tightly, confine, check" (see restriction). Related: Restrained; restraining.
That which we restrain we keep within limits; that which we restrict we keep within certain definite limits; that which we repress we try to put out of existence. [Century Dictionary, 1902]