The price conscious buyers--likely to be a sizeable majority--will crowd into plans with restrictive networks.
Will it be difficult to jump back into that restrictive form of writing?
Amid an outburst of right-wing energy, North Carolina is set to pass one of the most restrictive voting laws in the nation.
The state is required to use the least restrictive means to accomplish its goals.
Johnson co-chaired a working group with Army General Carter Ham to study the impact of ending the restrictive policy.
No living man can make out the meaning of a word in the restrictive Rules from Webster's dictionary.
Nor can it be denied that, as a whole, this restrictive code was successful.
restrictive laws were early adopted as to spirituous drinks, and in 1667 cider was included.
Undoubtedly these restrictive laws had their effect upon the temper of the people.
The legislation proposed and executed was restrictive, not recreative.
early 15c., "serving to bind or draw together," from Middle French restrictif, from Late Latin restrictivus, from Latin restrict-, past participle stem of restringere (see restriction). Meaning "imposing restriction" is from 1570s. Related: Restrictively; restrictiveness.