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inhibitory (adj.)

late 15c., from Medieval Latin inhibitorius "inhibitory," from inhibit-, past participle stem of Latin inhibere "to hold in, keep back" (see inhibition).

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Definitions of inhibitory

inhibitory (adj.)
restrictive of action;
an overly strict and inhibitory discipline
Synonyms: repressive / repressing
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