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What is the noun for irrepressibility?

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  1. Anything that represses.
  2. (genetics) Any protein that binds to DNA and thus regulates the expression of genes by decreasing the rate of transcription.
  3. Examples:
    1. “Upon the application of Tc, the TetR repressor molecules are released from the tet operators and transcription is activated.”
      “Thus, the inputs from the autonomous, vernalization, and FRI pathways integrate to determine the level of FLC floral repressor.”
      “The nonspecific binding of Cro repressor to a long stretch of DNA was also studied with Brownian dynamics simulation.”
  1. The act of repressing; state of being repressed.
  2. The involuntary rejection from consciousness of painful or disagreeable ideas, memories, feelings, or impulses.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “After the shock he felt at his sister's marriage, his life was dominated by a paralyzing repression of his feelings.”
      “The brutal measures imposed by the interventionists were in keeping with Metternich's policy of total repression of any word or deed that smacked even slightly of liberalism.”
      “The armed forces must not continue to be, as they have been up till now, an instrument in the repression of the people.”
  1. (uncountable) The condition of being repressible
  2. (countable) The extent to which something is repressible
  1. The state or condition of being repressive.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The arrival of the work teams was greeted at first with joy, but their repressiveness soon led to a change.”
      “This was because of its repressiveness, which weakened its apparatus and opened up the need for public participation.”
      “The casual repressiveness of these images, the one frightening, the other poignant, itself seems sewn into the very fabric of Afghani society.”
  1. The quality of being irrepressible.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Flintoff exemplified the power of personality and his irrepressibility by dismissing Sarwan, the man of the tournament, with his first ball.”
      “This is a story of the irrepressibility of art and desire, which are identified.”
      “But today none the less marks a triumph of huge import, signaling America's and New York's irrepressibility.”
  1. A record pressed again; a repressing.
  1. One who, or that which, represses.
  2. Examples:
    1. “However, even though the mean represser protein levels in the cell are similar in both approximations, the probability distributions are broad and far from Poissonian.”
      “Chromosome tags consist of tandem copies of an operator site bound to fluorescent represser and give rise to diffraction-limited spots in fluorescence images.”
      “Stern represser of revolt, and enforcer of the law, was Gloucester himself a defaulter in these respects?”
  1. A second or subsequent pressing.
  1. (archaic) repression
  1. plural of repressibility
  1. plural of repressment
  1. plural of repressing
  1. plural of repression
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “In the repressions following 1905, the underground was demoralized by defeat and ideological wrangling.”
      “It saw the Bread or Blood riots, frontier repressions and concerted anti-Chinese agitation.”
      “The people's revolts in January and February and their violent repressions left between 137 and 183 dead and over 1 500 wounded.”
  1. plural of represser
  1. plural of repressor
  1. plural of repress
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