• (adj): Serving to restrict.
    Example: "Teenagers eager to escape restrictive home environments"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on restrictive:

Restrictive Practices Court
... The Restrictive Practices Court is a senior court of record in the United Kingdom ... in 1956 to foster competition through enforcement of the Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1956 ...
Rebecca Vigil-Giron - First Term
... After being elected in 1986, she was successful in changing some of New Mexico's restrictive voter registration requirements ... New Mexico had the second-most restrictive voter registration requirements in the United States at that time ... to election day to be eligible to vote (only Arizona had more restrictive laws with a 50-day registration requirement) ...
Clothing Fetish - By Garment Type - Restrictive Clothing
... Such restrictive fashion, among others, includes corsets, hobble skirts and high-heeled footwear (particularly ballet boots in extreme case) ... western society mostly belong to women's fashion, male restrictive clothing fetishists can have problems in obtaining and using such items without being labeled ...
Restrictive Covenant
... A restrictive covenant is a type of real covenant, a legal obligation imposed in a deed by the seller upon the buyer of real estate to do or not to do something ... In jurisdictions that use the Torrens system of land registration, restrictive covenants are generally registered against title ...
Nader V. Brewer - 9th Circuit Opinion - Least Restrictive Alternative
... is over can be satisfied by the less restrictive solution of requiring circulators to agree to testify if needed ... This is a less restrictive option than making it illegal for non-residents to solicit signatures ...

More definitions of "restrictive":

  • (adj): (of tariff) protective of national interests by restricting imports.

Famous quotes containing the word restrictive:

    The ground for taking ignorance to be restrictive of freedom is that it causes people to make choices which they would not have made if they had seen what the realization of their choices involved.
    —A.J. (Alfred Jules)