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Attic (often l.c.) simple and restrained but elegant in style. [1/4 definitions]
civilize to bring to an educated or refined condition; cause impulsive or destructive behavior to be voluntarily restrained.
conservative not extreme, esp. not too high; restrained; moderate. [1/7 definitions]
continent being self-restrained, esp. in sexual activity. [1/3 definitions]
corded bound, tied, or restrained with a cord or cords. [1/4 definitions]
crosstie two lengths of rope or chain attached at one end to opposite posts or walls and at the other end to either side of the halter of a horse or other large animal being restrained for grooming, medical attention, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
diffident reserved or restrained in manner. [1/2 definitions]
erupt to break or explode out of a restrained or confined condition. [1/6 definitions]
guarded protected or restrained. [1/2 definitions]
hold one's horses to be patient, calm, or restrained.
incontinent not restrained or controlled. [1/2 definitions]
loose not restrained or confined; free. [1/15 definitions]
measured restrained; deliberate. [1/3 definitions]
quiet restrained or unobtrusive. [1/14 definitions]
reticent reluctant to speak; not given to frequent speech; restrained; shy.
sparing careful or restrained, as in the use of money or goods; frugal; thrifty (often fol. by "in" or "of"). [1/3 definitions]
subdued restrained in emotion, spirit, or intensity.
temperate characterized by moderation or self-control; restrained. [1/4 definitions]
titter to laugh or giggle in a restrained, nervous, or embarrassed way. [1/2 definitions]
unbridled not curbed or restrained. [1/2 definitions]
unconscionable not restrained or guided by conscience; unprincipled. [1/2 definitions]