limit (part of speech: noun)
hindrance (part of speech: noun)
brake, drawback, bung, barrier, frustration, hurdle, bafflement, deterrent, constraint, handicap, snag, impasse, bottleneck, delay, complication, obstruction, interruption, resistance, drag, snarl, restraint, plug, congestion, inhibition, damper, impedance, jam, encumbrance, hindrance, entanglement, constipation, blockade, choke, mire, obstacle, tangle, opposition, stoppage, burden, blockage, clog, catch, block, stop, stay, entrapment, disadvantage, crimp, dam, impediment
prohibition (part of speech: noun)
restraint (part of speech: noun)
secrecy (part of speech: noun)
- Their first principle was, that every human being has an instant right to be free, irrespective of all consequences; and incapable of restriction or modification.
- This restriction became a legacy of hate. - "Max Carrados", Ernest Bramah.
- Where the Grange had the field practically to itself, as in Iowa and Minnesota, the restriction in the constitution of the order as to political or partisan activity was evaded by the simple expedient of holding meetings " outside the gate," at which platforms were adopted, candidates nominated, and plans made for county, district, and state conventions. - "The Agrarian Crusade A Chronicle of the Farmer in Politics", Solon J. Buck.