The site focuses on a restrained sensibility with bold colors and a reassuring mix of basic black.
The mood last year was cautious, restrained, but still optimistic.
And the restrained Sen. Carl Levin now proposes a “no-fly zone” operated by U.S. fighters.
You become aware of the complexion of colors and “the restrained luxury of the surfaces.”
Meanwhile, a restrained response to missile fire in the south it is harder to explain with elections two months away.
He looked, Rainey thought, like a blind Berserker, restrained only by his affliction.
Gefty, needing the charter money, had restrained his curiosity.
She dressed modestly in a taste that was quiet and restrained.
So he restrained himself and said nothing, but prayed constantly about the matter.
restrained from open vice by educational views and the fear of man, how much ungodliness has reigned within me!
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]