meaning of astriction

astriction meaning in General Dictionary

The work of binding limitation in addition obligation

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  • The work of binding; constraint; also, obligation.
  • A contraction of components by programs; the activity of an astringent substance regarding the animal economic climate.
  • Constipation.
  • Astringency.
  • An obligation to really have the grain-growing on certain lands floor at a certain mill, the property owner paying a toll.

astriction meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1560s, from Latin astrictionem (nominative astrictio), noun of action from past participle stem of astringere (see astringent).


astriction meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) The act of binding; constraint; in addition, obligation.

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  • (letter.) A contraction of parts by applications; the activity of an astringent material regarding the animal economy.
  • (letter.) Constipation.
  • (n.) Astringency.
  • (n.) An obligation to have the grain-growing on certain lands ground at a specific mill, the dog owner having to pay a toll.