- 01. Religious services, long [suppressed] by the communist government, are now being tolerated.02. The violent [suppression] of the demonstrations has drawn international criticism.03. Dissidents say the attempts at [suppression] of their voices will only make them stronger.04. The growth of cancerous cells can be [suppressed] using chemotherapy treatments.05. Cigarettes seem to [suppress] our natural immunity somewhat.06. If you try to [suppress] your emotions, it can cause many problems.07. The government has been accused of [suppressing] information which is important to the investigation.08. New evidence has shown that some popular diet [suppressants] can cause heart problems.09. Critics charge the higher interest rates will [suppress] economic development.10. Charles Hamilton Houston once remarked that a Negro has handicaps enough without having to pay taxes to support the education of white students to learn how to [suppress] him.11. Cicero observed that freedom [suppressed], and again regained bites with keener fangs than freedom never endangered.12. The Arch of Titus was erected in 81 A.D. to honor Titus' capture of Jerusalem and his [suppression] of a Jewish rebellion.13. Victoria Billings once suggested that rape is a culturally-fostered means of [suppressing] women.14. The breakfast cereal Kellogg's Cornflakes was originally invented to [suppress] sexual desire.15. According to the Sikh religion, only fools and idiots try to [suppress] others.16. In the year 43 A.D., the Romans conquered England, and [suppressed] the local Celtic tribes.17. Punishment may be considered an effective technique for [suppressing] undesirable behavior in principle.18. 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.19. The music of ancient Rome left few traces, partly because it was deliberately [suppressed].
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.