Definition of Strangleholds

1. Noun. (plural of stranglehold) ¹



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Definition of Strangleholds

1. stranglehold [n] - See also: stranglehold

Lexicographical Neighbors of Strangleholds

strangeonium
strangeoniums
stranger
stranger danger
strangered
strangering
strangerlike
strangers
stranges
strangest
stranging
strangle
strangleable
strangled
stranglehold
strangleholds (current term)
stranglement
stranglements
strangler
strangler fig
strangler tree
stranglers
strangles
stranglest
strangleth
strangling
stranglingly
stranglings
strangolapreti
strangulate

Literary usage of Strangleholds

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Apocalyptic Politics of Richard Price and Joseph Priestley: A Study in by Jack Fruchtman (1983)
"A standing army and a high public debt were especially virulent strangleholds on virtue by the new monied, military, and Court interests. ..."

2. Air Power and Maneuver Warfare by Martin L. Van Creveld, Kenneth S. Brower, Steven L. Canby (1994)
"Furthermore, the notion held by many that air could impose logistic strangleholds comparable to those imposed by ground forces contained a major logic flaw. ..."

3. Rice Research and Development Policy: A First Encounter : Proceedings of the by Robert S. Zeigler (1996)
"These were directed towards liberating the peasants from economic strangleholds and to improve the incentive structure of Indian agriculture. ..."

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