Little and Restricted


Little adjective - Having relatively little height.

Restricted and little are semantically related. in hardly any topic. In some cases you can use "Restricted" instead an adjective "Little".

Nearby Word: littleness


Restricted adjective - Having distinct or certain limits.

Little and restricted are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Little" instead an adjective "Restricted".

Both words in one sentence

  • Insignificant Little Blue Planet In later stories and novels, humans native to the various Terran colony worlds see "flatlanders" (that is, people from Earth) as arrogant, overly-restricted xenophobes who think the universe revolves around their little blue mudball.
  • Series / Copper On the other hand, BBC America isn't a pay channel like HBO, so they're a little more restricted in what they can show.
  • Useful Notes / World War I The German Fleet was once again restricted to port as the British gained control of the North Sea with little opposition.
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