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hobble

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of hobble

  1. 1 to create difficulty for the work or activity of we were hobbled by the snowstorm from getting out to do some Christmas shopping Synonyms of hobble clog, cramp, embarrass, encumber, fetter, handcuff, handicap, hinder, hamper, hog-tie, hold back, hold up, impede, inhibit, interfere (with), manacle, obstruct, shackle, short-circuit, stymie, tie up, trammelWords Related to hobble 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 hobble clear, make way, open, unclog, unplug, unstop; free, liberate, release, untie; loosen, smooth; encourage, further, promoteAntonyms of hobble aid, assist, facilitate, help

  2. 2 to walk while favoring one leg I hobbled home with a twisted ankle Synonyms of hobble halt, limpWords Related to hobble hitch; blunder, falter, flounder, lurch, shamble, shuffle, stagger, stumble, teeter, totter, waver, wobble (also wabble); dodderNear Antonyms of hobble breeze, glide, sailAntonyms of hobble stride



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