The church lands needed to be circumscribed and described before they could be sold.
It took practice to learn how to be productive in these circumscribed blocks but, over time, I developed some rules.
Others settle into one, circumscribed geographic area and make it their own.
Much like Jamie, he acknowledges—but will not capitulate to—the circumscribed world they create.
There are real advantages to knowing that your time in the Senate is short and circumscribed.
Ethie had been at Clifton for three or four weeks, and the dimensions of No. 101 did not seem half so circumscribed, as at first.
He could not work, and the walks he could take were circumscribed.
It is not darkened and circumscribed by the dusty notions of the clubs.
The limited opportunities of small states have circumscribed his information.
So far, in the circumscribed area of his daily duties, he "had made good."
circumscribed cir·cum·scribed (sûr'kəm-skrībd')
Bounded by a line; limited or confined.