Freedom and Restraint


Freedom noun - The state of being free from the control or power of another.

Nearby Word: freely


Restraint noun - Something that limits one's freedom of action or choice.
Usage example: civil libertarians contend that the new laws place too many restraints on our constitutionally guaranteed rights

Freedom is an antonym for restraint in topics: limitation, self-control.

How words are described

human human freedom human restraint
certain certain freedom certain restraint
relative relative freedom relative restraint
great great freedom great restraint
Other adjectives: little, social, personal, less.

Both words in one sentence

  • Franchise / Star Wars Virtue Is Weakness: This is a central value followed by all Sith as part of their "freedom from restraint".
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