Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Michael's Governor, you know, and we must be prepared for hindrances.

In the absence, however, of any of these hindrances, take them out every other day.

But such things didn't count as hindrances, they couldn't be allowed to delay the work.

It is human ambition and jealousies that bring the hindrances.

These hindrances were frequent, when this colony was founded.

At last, after many delays and hindrances, the plan of a school was decided upon.

And we need the command because all about us there are hindrances.

Women are supposed to make men weak—they are supposed to be chains and hindrances.

You must ask yourselves what are the hindrances, if any, in your hearts and lives?

My uncle let me do just as I liked, and allowed no hindrances to be put in my way.