Need another word that means the same as “restricted”? Find 19 synonyms and 30 related words for “restricted” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Restricted” are: qualified, cramped, confined, constricted, small, narrow, compact, tight, poky, minimal, sparse, inadequate, limited, controlled, private, personal, intimate, privileged, quiet
Restricted as an Adjective
Definitions of "Restricted" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “restricted” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Subject to restriction or subjected to restriction.
- (of DNA) subject to degradation by a restriction enzyme.
- The lowest level of official classification for documents.
- Restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man' in `a tall man.
- (of a virus) unable to reproduce at its normal rate in certain hosts.
- (of a document or information) not to be disclosed to the public for reasons of national security.
- Limited in extent, number, scope, or action.
Synonyms of "Restricted" as an adjective (19 Words)
|Closely and neatly packed together; dense.
A wrestler of compact build.
|(of a space) restricted in area or volume; cramped.
Her fear of confined spaces.
People seek an environment where they don t feel constricted.
|(of an explosion) produced deliberately under conditions that are determined beforehand.
She s a very controlled player and is mentally tough.
|Constricted in size.
He felt cramped in a large organization.
|Of insufficient quantity to meet a need.
The staff was inadequate.
|(of knowledge) detailed or thorough.
He touched her intimate parts.
|Denoting a limited company used after a company name.
|Characterized by the use of simple forms or structures, especially geometric or massive ones.
Needed to enforce minimal standards.
|Denoting a vowel pronounced with the root of the tongue drawn back so as to narrow the pharynx.
They ate a narrow range of foods.
|Existing as a self aware entity not as an abstraction or an impersonal force.
I have something personal to tell you.
Five of us shared the poky little room.
|Concerning things deeply private and personal.
|(of information) legally protected from being made public.
He accused me of giving away privileged information.
|Holding appropriate documentation and officially on record as qualified to perform a specified function or practice a specified skill.
Newly qualified nurses.
|Free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound.
The car has a quiet economical engine.
|Made to seem smaller or less especially in worth.
A still small voice.
|Scanty; in short supply.
Information on earnings is sparse.
|Pulled or drawn tight.
Presidential advisers keep a tight grip on domestic policy.
Usage Examples of "Restricted" as an adjective
- Some enzymes cleave DNA at restricted sites.
- Of restricted importance.
- The mechanism of restricted virus replication.
- Western scientists had only restricted access to the site.
Associations of "Restricted" (30 Words)
|A person who has been taken prisoner or an animal that has been confined.
The farm was used to hold prisoners of war captive.
|Subject to limits or subjected to limits.
|(of information or documents) designated as officially secret and accessible only to authorized people.
Classified information on nuclear experiments.
|A sentence containing a conditional clause.
Lent conditional support.
|Not free to move about.
Her fear of confined spaces.
|The action of confining or state of being confined.
The pros and cons of home versus hospital confinement.
|The state of being physically constrained.
They would be able to talk without constraint.
|Uncomfortably small or restricted.
Trying to bring children up in cramped high rise apartments.
|An item or story published or broadcast by only one source.
The list is not exclusive.
|Capable of being used up.
Our exhaustible reserves of fossil fuel.
|Of relatively little significance, and therefore able to be abandoned or destroyed.
Unmanned and expendable launch vehicles.
|The RAF pilots who took part in the Battle of Britain.
Few women have led troops in battle.
|Limited in size or extent.
Every computer has a finite amount of memory.
|The state of being crude and incomplete and imperfect.
The study was criticized for incompleteness of data but it stimulated further research.
|To the degree or extent that.
Insofar as it can be ascertained the horse lung is comparable to that of man.
|A limiting rule or circumstance; a restriction.
The limitation of local authorities powers.
The legislation has had a limited effect.
|Strictly limiting the reference of a modified word or phrase.
A limiting factor.
|Confined or restricted to a particular location.
There d now be a more localized news service.
The performance of the modified aircraft was much improved.
|Make or become more narrow or restricted.
The road narrowed.
|Being the only one single and isolated from others.
She was still only in her mid thirties.
|A provisional stamp.
Norman as yet had only a provisional licence.
|Subject to a proviso; conditional.
A provisory clause.
|In accordance with regulations of the correct type.
Fiscal regulations are in the hands of politicians.
|A rule or condition that limits freedom.
The unlawful restraint of trade.
|Lacking in amplitude or quantity.
They paid whatever they could out of their scanty wages to their families.
|By selection; in a selective manner.
The book needs to be read selectively.
|Under terms not final or fully worked out or agreed upon.
He eventually tried a few tentative steps round his hospital room.
|Lasting a very short time.
Love is transitory but it is eternal.