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baffle to obstruct or deflect the movement of (gases, sound waves, light, liquid, or the like). [1/4 definitions]
bar1 to hinder or obstruct (one's entry), or to keep out by hindering or obstructing. [1/13 definitions]
barricade to obstruct or block with or as if with a barricade. [1/3 definitions]
block to hinder or obstruct. [3/19 definitions]
blockade to obstruct by means of a blockade. [1/3 definitions]
choke to stop or obstruct the breathing of, esp. by squeezing, blocking, or irritating the windpipe. [2/9 definitions]
close to obstruct; block. [1/24 definitions]
crimp to obstruct or hamper. [1/7 definitions]
crowfoot an iron ball with four projecting spikes, designed to obstruct the advance of enemy cavalry and vehicles; caltrop. [1/2 definitions]
dam1 to construct a dam on, in, or across; obstruct with a dam. [2/4 definitions]
forbid to obstruct or make impossible. [1/4 definitions]
foul to jam or obstruct (a gun barrel or the like). [1/21 definitions]
hinder to interfere with or obstruct the functioning or progress of. [2/3 definitions]
occlude to close or obstruct (a passage or opening, one's vision, or the like). [1/5 definitions]
oppose to think, act, or be against; resist or obstruct. [1/3 definitions]
restrain to limit or obstruct the activity, growth, or progress of. [1/3 definitions]
road hog one who drives so as to obstruct other traffic moving in the same direction, as by occupying parts of both lanes simultaneously.
sabotage a secret operation or act, esp. one carried out by an insider, to damage property, obstruct operations, undermine negotiations, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
Sedition Act of 1918 a short-lived amendment to the U.S. Espionage Act of 1917 that listed offenses deemed criminal when the country is at war, including to willfully obstruct military recruitment and to print, write, or publish any disloyal or abusive language about the form of the U.S. federal government.
snow to cover, close, or obstruct with snow (usu. fol. by in, under, or over). [1/8 definitions]
spike1 to obstruct or frustrate. [1/9 definitions]