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hinder -- as in: hindered by
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The Return of the King
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  • ’The Lord’s errands are urgent and should not be hindered by me,’ said Beregond; ’but tell me quickly, if you may: what goes forward?
  • None shall hinder your coming to me at any time, save only in my brief hours of sleep.
  • I did not hinder it, for generous deed should not be checked by cold counsel.
  • All day the labour went forward, while the men of Minas Tirith looked on, unable to hinder it.
  • Things unforeseen may hinder us, and if our host is all strung out, it will be long ere it can be set in order when we issue from the hills.
  • The orcs hindered by the mires that lay before the hills halted and poured their arrows into the defending ranks.
  • Do what you will; but I will hinder it, if I may.
  • No living man may hinder me!
  • Before Gandalf could hinder him he thrust the brand amid the fuel, and at once it crackled and roared into flame.
  • Hinder me?
  • Immediately he felt the great burden of its weight, and felt afresh, but now more strong and urgent than ever, the malice of the Eye of Mordor, searching, trying to pierce the shadows that it had made for its own defence, but which now hindered it in its unquiet and doubt.

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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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