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hinder

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of hinder

  1. 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 Synonyms of hinder aft, after, hind, back, hindmost, posterior, rear, rearwardWords Related to hinder dorsalNear Antonyms of hinder ventralAntonyms of hinder anterior, fore, forward, front, frontal


hinder

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of hinder

  1. 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 Synonyms of hinder clog, cramp, embarrass, encumber, fetter, handcuff, handicap, hamper, hobble, hog-tie, hold back, hold up, impede, inhibit, interfere (with), manacle, obstruct, shackle, short-circuit, stymie, tie up, trammelWords Related to hinder balk, check, constrain, curb, rein, restrain; bind, chain, halter, leash, tether, tie; arrest, brake, delay, retain, retard; barricade, block, blockade, roadblock; bog (down), mire; choke, smother, stifle, strangle, suffocate; baffle, foil, frustrate, stump, thwart; derail, disrupt, sabotage; muzzle, repress, suppress; confine, hedge (in), hem (in)Near Antonyms of hinder clear, make way, open, unclog, unplug, unstop; free, liberate, release, untie; loosen, smooth; encourage, further, promoteAntonyms of hinder aid, assist, facilitate, help



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