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hinder

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being at or in the part of something opposite the front part

  • the animal's case of mange was especially bad in its hinder parts
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hinder

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to create difficulty for the work or activity of

  • was not hindered by a lack of money because she could use what food she had on hand
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cramp oneʼs style, give a hard time

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hinder, impede, obstruct, block mean to interfere with the activity or progress of. hinder stresses causing harmful or annoying delay or interference with progress.
    • rain hindered the climb
impede implies making forward progress difficult by clogging, hampering, or fettering.
    • tight clothing that impedes movement
obstruct implies interfering with something in motion or in progress by the sometimes intentional placing of obstacles in the way.
    • the view was obstructed by billboards
block implies complete obstruction to passage or progress.
    • a landslide blocked the road


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