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adenoid (usu. pl.) a mass of tissue between the nose and the throat that, when swollen, can hinder breathing. [1/2 definitions]
balk to block the progress of; hinder; impede. [1/7 definitions]
bar1 to hinder or obstruct (one's entry), or to keep out by hindering or obstructing. [1/13 definitions]
block to hinder or obstruct. [2/19 definitions]
caltrop a metal device with four sharp spikes set so that one of them always points upward, used to injure or hinder cavalry horses or vehicles with pneumatic tires. [1/2 definitions]
clog to make heavy, so as to hinder. [1/7 definitions]
cross to attempt to hinder by opposing. [1/16 definitions]
cumber to interfere with the functioning of; hinder; encumber. [1/3 definitions]
deadwood unproductive persons or burdensome things that hinder the smooth function or progress of an enterprise. [1/2 definitions]
delay to hinder or impede the progress of. [1/7 definitions]
discourage to dissuade or hinder (usu. fol. by "from"). [1/3 definitions]
dwarf to cause to be small; hinder the growth of; stunt. [1/7 definitions]
encumber to hinder the normal progress, performance, or use of. [1/2 definitions]
estop in law, to hinder or prevent (someone) from asserting a claim or fact that is inconsistent with a previous assertion of fact.
forestall to prevent or hinder by taking action beforehand. [1/3 definitions]
frustrate to hinder or prevent (someone) from doing something. [1/4 definitions]
handicap to put at a disadvantage; hinder or impede. [1/6 definitions]
harass to hinder or exhaust (an opponent) by repeated attacks. [1/2 definitions]
hogtie to hinder, impede, or thwart. [1/2 definitions]
impede to slow or block the movement or progress of; hinder.
obstruct to interrupt, delay, or hinder the passage or progress of. [1/3 definitions]