Astriction

As┬Ětric'tion noun [ Latin astrictio .] 1. The act of binding; restriction; also, obligation. Milton. 2. (Medicine) (a) A contraction of parts by applications; the action of an astringent substance on the animal economy. Dunglison. (b) Cons...
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astriction

1. The act of binding; restriction; also, obligation. ... 2. <medicine> A contraction of parts by applications; the action of an astringent substance on the animal economy. Constipation. ... 3. Astringency. ... 4. An obligation to have the grain growing on certain lands ground at a certain mill, the owner paying a toll. ... The lands were sai...
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Astriction

• (n.) A contraction of parts by applications; the action of an astringent substance on the animal economy. • (n.) The act of binding; restriction; also, obligation. • (n.) Constipation. • (n.) An obligation to have the grain growing on certain lands ground at a certain mill, the owner paying a toll. • (n.) Astringency.Astr...
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astriction

astriction 1. The act of binding close; restriction, or compressing with ligatures; also, an obligation. 2. In medicine, a contraction of parts by applications; such as, the stopping of hemorrhages. 3. Astringency or the power of contracting the parts of the body; that quality in medicines or other substances which causes contraction of the organ...
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astriction

Type: Term Pronunciation: as-trik′shŭn Definitions: 1. Astringent action. 2. Compression to arrest hemorrhage.
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astriction

binding obligation
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