constriction definition

  • noun:
    • The act or process of constricting.
    • the situation or outcome of becoming constricted.
    • Something that constricts.
    • A feeling of tightness or pressure: concern caused an abrupt constriction in my own chest.
    • A constricted or slim component.
    • The act of constricting, the state of being constricted, or something that constricts
    • A narrow element of some thing; a stricture
    • A compression
    • The work of constricting in the shape of some built-in power or by movement or improvement in finished . it self, as distinguished from compression.
    • hawaii to be constricted; the main point where a thing is constricted; a narrowing or binding.
    • The work or process of constricting; their state to be constricted.
    • caused by constricting; a constricted or narrowed component.
    • the action or procedure for compressing
    • a narrowing that reduces the movement through a channel
    • tight or slim compression
    • a super taut feeling in certain the main human anatomy

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