Advantage and Restraint


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Advantage noun – A thing that helps.
Usage example: had all the advantages of being born into a wealthy and powerful family

Restraint is an antonym for advantage.
Nearby Words: advantaged, advantageous, advantageously, advantaging
Antonyms for Advantage


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Restraint noun – The checking of one's true feelings and impulses when dealing with others.
Advantage is an antonym for restraint in limitation topic.
Nearby Words: restrain, restrict, restrained, restriction
Antonyms for Restraint
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How words are described

good good advantage good restraint
physical physical advantage physical restraint
best best advantage best restraint
considerable considerable advantage considerable restraint
Other adjectives: extreme, great, little, sexual, personal, practical, military, significant, immense, tremendous, sizable, technological, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Alias Smith and Jones Self-Restraint: In "Jailbreak in Junction City", an imprisoned Heyes and Curry arrange a jailbreak for several other prisoners, but don't take advantage of it themselves.
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