The official reports of the officers of that period as of others are full of self-suppression.
And mind, there must be self-suppression if there is to be the triumph of a divine power in you.
Here is a critical field for cooperation and self-suppression.
It was a great victory, a characteristically Russian exploit in self-suppression.
The one clear and damning objection to the false doctrine of self-suppression is here: it makes sin.
What the ascetic aimed at was not self-development, but self-suppression.
But that is only one fact of self-suppression and the ant-world furnishes hundreds.
No; no one would condemn you to such painful silence and self-suppression.
The cruel necessity of self-suppression was present to his mind, while the tears were pouring over his cheeks.
It is stringent satire, yet tempered with an artist's moderation, with a naturalist's self-suppression.
suppression sup·pres·sion (sə-prěsh'ən)
The act of suppressing or the state of being suppressed.
Conscious exclusion of unacceptable desires, thoughts, or memories from the mind.
The sudden arrest of the secretion of a fluid, such as urine or bile.
The checking or curtailing of an abnormal flow or discharge.
The effect of a second genetic mutation that reverses a phenotypic change that had been caused by a previous mutation at a different location on the chromosome.