Antonyms for hurdles

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"We 'll take him down to Rome, and show him off over the hurdles," said his master, joyfully.

Some people who jump at conclusions lose sight of the hurdles.

"We will hop down to the hurdles, and then we will have a grand jumping-match," said Philip.

You can mention the running of Bailiff in the Hurdles at the same time.

The hurdles of the fold were piled upon one another in a corner of the yard.

Another fence with hurdles in it, and a knot of rustics looking on in delight.

She paused before she resumed: “You were close by the hurdles.”

The engineers must have worked at it from early dawn, unless they brought their hurdles with them.

These pens, about three feet long and two wide, are made of hurdles.

Both were carried back to the Rill on hurdles, and the doctor was sent for.