Characterized by reserve or moderation; unemotional or dispassionate,
Characterized by reserve or moderation; unemotional or dispassionate
he had restrained manners
(of color, clothes, decoration, etc.) Understated and subtle; not excessively showy or ornate
Kept under control; prevented from freedom of movement or action
a patch of land turned into a restrained wilderness
(of a person) Held down and back in a vehicle seat by a seat belt
cool and formal in manner
moderate: marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes; "moderate in his demands"; "restrained in his response"
quiet: not showy or obtrusive; "clothes in quiet good taste"
guarded: prudent; "guarded optimism"
(restrain) keep under control; keep in check; "suppress a smile"; "Keep your temper"; "keep your cool"
(Restraint (2008 film)) Restraint is a 2008 Australian thriller film, directed by David Denneen, written by Dave Warner and starring Stephen Moyer, Travis Fimmel and Teresa Palmer. The film was shot on location around New South Wales, Australia in mid-2005. ...
Held back, limited, kept in check or under control
(Restrain) means to control an animal by physical means.
(restrain) (v) cügеn salırģa, tıyarģa
(restrain) v. ~ sb/sthhold back sb/sth from movementor action; keep sb/sth under control or in check
(Restraining) means restricting the movement of an animal/ holding the animal in a correct position, so that a procedure (e.g. sticking or stunning) can be carried out accurately.
(restraint) internal or external restriction of free movement of fresh or hardened concrete, mortar, or grout.
(Restraint) Some sort of device to prevent the rider from leaving the roller coaster train while it's in motion. The fundamental idea of the restraint is to protect the rider and keep them in the proper riding position throughout the duration of the ride. ...
(Restraint) Used to prevent riders from falling out of the ride.
(RESTRAINT) control of behavior through physical means (attached or next to the person's body), chemical (as in medications or pharmacological), or environmental (such as locked doors).
(Restraint) (saṃvara padhāna) of the senses.
(Restraint) Any device which prevents, resists or limits the free movement of the piping.
(Restraint) Any physical or chemical means used to prevent a patient from being able to move about freely.
(Restraint) Can refer to the procedure of physically restraining somebody. It can also refer to a mechanical devise used to restrain somebody although mechanical restraints are almost never used anymore and are illegal to use in most states.
(Restraint) The constraint to expansion or rotation (induced by thermal and/or mechanical actions) afforded by the conditions at the ends, edges or supports of a test specimen. Examples of different types of restraint are longitudinal, rotational and lateral.
(Restraint) The experimental 'area', which could be a bench, field or week, is split into blocks, and each treatment is equally represented within a block. Blocks could be shelves in an incubator, days of the week , interviewers or strips in a field, etc. ...
(Restraint) The use of a physical or mechanical device to involuntarily restrict the free movement of the whole or a portion of the body of a person served in order to control physical activity.
(Restraint) a virtue having to do with our responsibilities of teaching and warning others...as to spiritual matters...toward the gift of salvation. We give the message without judgment or anxiety...we point to the wide-open door. ...
(restraint (of funds etc.)) A court order directing that the money, property, etc. suspected to be involved in a crime can only be disposed of or dealt with as directed by the court.