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    1. These differences must necessarily circumscribe or limit, whether influenced by natural designs, circumstance or purposeful intent, the decisions that (we) make or don‘t make, or are unable to make, for that matter; for example, a below-average student seeking enrollment at an Ivy League College or a modest wage earner looking to buy a home in a pricey neighborhood

    2. Roars and screams of joy and approval followed as his path began to circumscribe the encampment

    3. Roars and screams of joy and approval followed as his path began to circumscribe the

    4. ‘’She actually enlisted with the Filipino Army Air Corps, which allowed her to circumscribe all American regulations about the non-employment of women as fighter pilots, Mister President

    5. She is thus considered a Filipina officer, which allows her to circumscribe American military regulations

    6. question because it is too large for their experience to circumscribe

    7. fragility of man’s grasp of the essential influences that circumscribe his life? Where are the authors like

    8. Predatory tables and booths lined the balcony and sporadically interrupted the ground floor space, as they crept away from their circumscribe of the alcoholic assembly

    9. Although no absolute satisfaction is given to philosophy, either to circumscribe the cause or to limit the effect, the contemplator falls into those unfathomable ecstasies caused by these decompositions of force terminating in unity

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    Synonyms for "circumscribe"

    circumscribe confine to limit

    "circumscribe" definitions

    draw a line around

    restrict or confine within limits

    to draw a geometric figure around another figure so that the two are in contact but do not intersect