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any whatever or all, without restriction. [1/7 definitions]
anything any occurrence, thing, or topic, without restriction. [1/3 definitions]
bound3 anything that serves as a limit or restriction. [1/4 definitions]
breakthrough an act of overcoming or moving through an obstacle or restriction. [1/2 definitions]
circulate to move or flow about without restriction, as air. [1/4 definitions]
condition a circumstance or provision upon which something else depends; prior restriction. [1/9 definitions]
embargo a government injunction or other legal restriction on trade or the shipment of goods. [1/4 definitions]
Fair Labor Standards Act law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1938 and administered by the U.S. Department of Labor to establish work standards, such as national minimum wage, overtime compensation for certain jobs, and restriction on the use of child labor.
free market a market in which buying and selling is theoretically conducted without restriction. [1/2 definitions]
gag1 a restriction of free expression. [1/8 definitions]
grandfather clause a clause in certain laws, agreements, or the like that exempts from a control or restriction those already engaged in an act that the new law now forbids. [1/2 definitions]
pinch to cause pain or discomfort, esp. by restriction or forceful pressing. [1/10 definitions]
proviso a clause that stipulates a condition or restriction in a document, such as a legal agreement or contract. [2 definitions]
qualification a modification or restriction of, or a condition attached to, something with which one is in general agreement. [1/5 definitions]
rebel one who resists authority or restriction. [1/6 definitions]
rescue the act of delivering from danger, harm, or restriction. [1/2 definitions]
restraint of trade restriction on the free flow of commercial goods, as by monopoly, price fixing, and other practices, in order to reduce competition.
restrictionism the policy of supporting restriction or limitation, as of trade, immigration, use of land, or the like.
restrictive covenant in an agreement or contract, a restriction on the action of one of the parties, esp. the prohibition, now illegal in the United States, of rental or sale of real estate to someone of a specified minority or ethnic group.
swaddling clothes tight control or restriction, as that placed on very young or immature persons. [1/2 definitions]
tongue-tie a speech impediment caused by restriction of tongue movement by an abnormally short frenum. [1/2 definitions]