Origin of constriction
Examples from the Web for constrictions
A start would be to abandon the constrictions of academic fields.
This portion is marked by alternate enlargements and constrictions of the outline, which appear to indicate seasonal growths.Omphalos|Philip Henry Gosse
It is an unusually important exercise in case of any constrictions.
Harmony means the removing of constrictions and over-activity in certain parts which one finds upon exercising.
I have been foolish, but it was not in despising the constrictions and falsity of the academic world.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore
Before this rhythm can reign we must remove all constrictions from any part of the body.
British Dictionary definitions for constrictions
Word Origin and History for constrictions
c.1400, from Latin constrictionem (nominative constrictio), noun of action from past participle stem of constringere "compress" (see constrain).