hinder


hinder
01. If you're not going to help me, at the very least please don't [hinder] me by getting in the way.
02. Her progress has been [hindered] somewhat by her lack of experience.
03. His poor knowledge of English is a real [hindrance] to his attempts to find employment.
04. Increasingly restrictive trade regulations have [hindered] our expansion into foreign markets.
05. The runner has been [hindered] somewhat by a knee injury.
06. The investigation has been [hindered] by a lack of evidence.
07. Rescue efforts are being [hindered] by continued bad weather.
08. Larry doesn't have much experience, so I think he may be more of a [hindrance] than anything.
09. Large scale agriculture in the country is [hindered] by poor soil and inadequate rainfall.
10. The President believes that strict environmental laws will only [hinder] development of the economy.
11. Hearing loss during childhood can seriously [hinder] normal language development.
12. The climbers' progress up the mountain has been [hindered] by poor weather.
13. His failure to complete high school will be a serious [hindrance] to future job prospects.
14. Plato once advised that attention to health is life's greatest [hindrance].
15. Ernest Hello once observed that the man who gives up accomplishes nothing and is only a [hindrance]. The man who does not give up can move mountains.

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