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disapproved, forbade, banned, oppressed, barred, prevented, refused, blocked, forbidden, curbed, precluded, disallowed, prohibited, rejected, restrained, suppressed, curtailed, restricted, disqualified, constrained, outlawed, controlled, denied.
disagreed, oppressed, counterattacked, repressed, fought, repelled, hindered, confronted, challenged, objected, meddled, interfered, suppressed, antagonized, contradicted, checked, conflicted, intercepted, impeded, obstructed, repulsed, counteracted, disputed, crossed, defied, rebuffed, opposed, resisted, countered, protested.
dammed, bunged, impeded, bottlenecked, barred, checked, crimped, countered, congested, fettered, jammed, encumbered, thwarted, fouled, resisted, interrupted, restricted, paralyzed, entrapped, snarled, handicapped, constrained, cramped, tangled, mired, burdened, frustrated, choked, hamstrung, entangled, clogged, obstructed, blocked, opposed, snagged, stayed, complicated, detained, impaired, dragged, braked, caught, crippled, constipated, deterred, stopped, curbed, baffled, delayed, plugged, restrained, hindered, hampered.
daunted, barred, admonished, deterred, averted, discouraged, depressed, intimidated, derailed, disinclined, prevented, restrained, checked, disheartened, dampened, dissuaded, banned, chilled, deflected, diverted.
passionless, uncertain, smothered, sex, timid, unsure of yourself, repressed, stifled, ill at ease, tentative, noncommittal, lost, restraint, unresponsive, cold, shy, insecure, retiring, strangled, reserved, frigid, suppressed, pent-up, ardorless, self-controlled, self-restrained.
But Alice Johnston was keener or kinder than most young women: she perceived beneath the large body a will, an intelligence, a character, merely inhibited in their envelope of large bones and solid flesh, with an entire absence of nervous system. - "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
When the honey supply fails, or if it fail prematurely, on account of a drought, the swarming instinct is inhibited, and the unhatched queens are killed in their cells. - "The Breath of Life", John Burroughs.
inhabited, inherited, inherited disease, inherited disorder, monoamine oxidase inhibitor, selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitor, reciprocal inhibition, reciprocal-inhibition therapy, inhabit, inhabitant.