- constriction ring,
- constrictive pericarditis,
Origin of constrictor
Examples from the Web for constrictor
He needed to find the constrictor by the time Relegar started after him.
It moves with great rapidity, and in general form and size it resembles C. constrictor.
It is a constrictor, without poison fangs, which would cling to the hand or arm as Luke describes.Old-Time Makers of Medicine|James J. Walsh
It took him seven hours to reach the place where he had left the constrictor.
Some such look I had seen in the eyes of a dove which had been offered up as food for a constrictor.The House by the Lock|C. N. Williamson
1735, agent noun in Latin form from constrict.