Definitions and Examples of entailed, restricted, limited
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Restricted by legal entailment, which limits the inheritance of property to certain heirs.
The estate was entailed to the eldest son, according to the terms of the will.
Limited or confined within certain boundaries or rules.
The use of mobile phones is restricted during class hours to avoid distractions.
Restricted or confined within certain boundaries or limitations.
The company has a limited budget for advertising this year.
Key Differences: entailed vs restricted vs limited
- 1Entailed refers specifically to legal restrictions on the inheritance of property.
- 2Restricted implies that something is limited or confined within certain boundaries or rules.
- 3Limited suggests that something is restricted or confined within certain boundaries or limitations.
Effective Usage of entailed, restricted, limited
- 1Legal Documents: Use entailed to describe legal restrictions on property inheritance.
- 2Rules and Regulations: Use restricted to describe limitations or boundaries within rules and regulations.
- 3Budgets and Resources: Use limited to describe restrictions or boundaries within budgets and resources.
The antonyms of nonentailed are entailed, restricted, and limited. These words convey the idea of something being limited, controlled, or restricted in some way. Use these words in legal documents, rules and regulations, and budgets and resources to describe specific limitations or boundaries.