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hinder
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The Brothers Karamazov
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hinder -- as in: hindered by
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • Why, then, art Thou come to hinder us?
  • For Thou hast come to hinder us, and Thou knowest that.
  • Why, then, hast Thou come to hinder us?’
  • Why hast Thou come now to hinder us?
  • I repeat, to-morrow Thou shalt see that obedient flock who at a sign from me will hasten to heap up the hot cinders about the pile on which I shall burn Thee for coming to hinder us.
  • "I’m not hindering them, pani," said the Pole in the wig, with a long look at Grushenka, and relapsing into dignified silence he sucked his pipe again.
  • You are positively hindering the inquiry….
  • So, if Marfa Ignatyevna carries out her intention to-morrow, they won’t hear anything and hinder Dmitri Fyodorovitch.
  • Fear not that it will wear away your work and hinder its being accomplished.
  • People talk, why hinder them?
  • Do not say, "Sin is mighty, wickedness is mighty, evil environment is mighty, and we are lonely and helpless, and evil environment is wearing us away and hindering our good work from being done."
  • According to your brother’s account, the tinge of socialism won’t hinder me from laying by the proceeds and investing them under the guidance of some Jew, till at the end of my career I build a great house in Petersburg and move my publishing offices to it, and let out the upper stories to lodgers.
  • I impressed on her that you have to clear yourself, so she mustn’t hinder you, must not depress you, or you may lose your head and say the wrong thing in your evidence.
  • At one minute he stretched out his hand to support the head of the coffin and only hindered the bearers, at another he ran alongside and tried to find a place for himself there.
  • For if you had a foreboding about me and yet went away, you as good as said to me, ’You can murder my parent, I won’t hinder you!’
  • "Father Zossima has talked of that more than once," observed Alyosha; "he, too, said that the face of a man often hinders many people not practiced in love, from loving him.
  • "Oh, pass me by, go your way, I won’t hinder you!

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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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