Curb [noun]

Definition of Curb:

restraining device; check

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Sentence/Example of Curb:

In 2019, House Democrats wisely made political reform a top priority by writing and passing HR 1 — a package of election reform measures that included automatic voter registration and federal curbs on partisan gerrymandering.

Duce suggests going outside and incorporating whatever props you find—jumping on and off a curb, practicing push-ups against a rock, or doing dips from a bench.

The PU cast wheels measure 205 millimeters so you can feel confident going over curb cuts, bumps, and bits of debris.

They positioned my head on the edge of the curb and stomped on my face twice, breaking it wide open.

Beginning in the 1930s, scientists found that systole dampens pain and curbs startle reflexes.

Trouv, the moving spirit of the Commission, had but one idea, to curb the growing democratic spirit of the Piedmontese.

As Matt hurried out of the capitol building he found Clip at the curb, waiting for him.

Dutifully Lamb's goon turned and retraced his steps to the curb, holding his four-square hat carefully.

He caught a down car and got out just as the first prowl car came sirening its way into the side street curb.

I will set a curb upon my impatience afterwards, and go through my period of ah—probation without murmuring.