used in A Great and Terrible Beauty
only 1 use
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trying to keep under control
The exact meaning of suppress
can depend upon its context. For example:
- "suppressed the revolution" — to stop others from doing something by force
- "suppressed a smile" — kept something from happening
- "suppressed the story" — kept news from spreading
- "suppressed her fear" — controlled an emotion
- "suppressed the memory" — avoided thinking about (perhaps even removed from conscious memory)
- The girls at her feet cover their mouths with their hands to suppress their giggles.
Chapter 29 (64% in)
There are no more uses of "suppress" in A Great and Terrible Beauty.