Origin of constrictive
OTHER WORDS FROM constrictivenon·con·stric·tive, adjectiveun·con·stric·tive, adjective
Words nearby constrictive
How to use constrictive in a sentence
At the root of the problem is Dad’s inability to escape constrictive and outdated ideas about gender.
Soon, the gentle butler is back in his usual garb, a suit and tie covering a constrictive corset that hides his breasts.The Transgender Revolution, From Albert Nobbs to ‘Work It’|Tricia Romano|January 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If the Constrictive element be allowed to go further than giving necessary form to the Expansive element, it imprisons the latter.The Law and the Word|Thomas Troward
However, there remains a constrictive pain below the ribs, passing across the stomach with much thirst.
She winced involuntarily as the spray tingled against her body and adhered with constrictive force.Tangle Hold|F. L. Wallace