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(v) To heavily sedate and relegate to a remote location possibly downstairs in another building. A fusion of Appalachian vernacular "Whup" (meaning to beat or spank) and the Greek "Stranos" (meaning to calm or placate), the word "withstrain" was created as part of the English Language Expansion Initiative. (see
We've withstrained him and got him away from the computer, but we need the antidote.
by Joel M July 20, 2006
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