Gravity is transformed from the constraint that holds us dully to Earth into the power that lets us fly.
Well, the other constraint is the amount of information available.
In short, Mr. Obama feels no constraint in faithfully executing the laws as written by the Congress.
That seems obvious, but the constraint it puts on good policy is enormous.
The capital gains rate will never be a driver of investment, only a constraint upon it.
"We will talk it over—to-morrow," he said, and his voice sounded cold from constraint.
Margaret saw that there was constraint in the smile with which Maria answered the children.
But the latter saw through his constraint, and went straight to the root of the thing.
After that there was no constraint between them; they kept their own affairs hidden from each other.
But what the alcohol would do would be to cut the leash of constraint and dig up every strong passion among them.
late 14c., "distress, oppression," from Old French constreinte "binding, constraint, compulsion" (Modern French contrainte), fem. noun from constreint, past participle of constreindre, from Vulgar Latin *constrinctus, from Latin constrictus (see constrain). Meaning "coercion, compulsion" is from 1530s.