English words and Examples of Usage

use "suppress" in a sentence

Did he help suppress targeted votes before and during the recount?

His lawyers say they never filed a motion to suppress his statements.

Exposure to electric light can suppress your body's melatonin production.

That's what happens when you try to suppress a powerful symbol."""

There was gossip that we would be sent to Torun to suppress the strikes there.

They're the deepest offence imaginable to kill to try to suppress free speech.

And you might not care if Donald Trump wants to suppress journalists, because you're not one.

It’s almost always wrong to try to suppress speech, erect speech codes and disinvite speakers.

We know that in humans poor nutrition, stress and lack of sleep can suppress the immune system.

“The use of cannabis is a problem but so also is the present use of the criminal law to suppress it.

The breakfast cereal Kellogg's Cornflakes was originally invented to suppress sexual desire.

Psychologists now believe that memory deficits which occur as we get older may be because we lose the ability to suppress irrelevant thoughts or irrelevant stimuli.

The slag contributes sufficient aluminium to suppress formation of ettringite.

Sima Shi personally led an army to suppress the revolt.

The government tried to suppress all opposition parties.

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