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hinder -- as in: hindered by
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The Aeneid
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  • Now cast by fortune on this kindred land, What should our rest and rising walls withstand, Or hinder here to fix our banish’d band?
  • Did I with fire the Trojan town deface, Or hinder from return your exil’d race?
  • Thus threat’ning comets, when by night they rise, Shoot sanguine streams, and sadden all the skies: So Sirius, flashing forth sinister lights, Pale humankind with plagues and with dry famine fright: Yet Turnus with undaunted mind is bent To man the shores, and hinder their descent, And thus awakes the courage of his friends: "What you so long have wish’d, kind Fortune sends; In ardent arms to meet th’ invading foe: You find, and find him at advantage now.

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  • Her efforts to turn the department around were further hindered by budgetary cuts.
  • The brace I have to wear is hindering my movements

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