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adjective as in prevented

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His knowledge and skill level are low, his judgment is poor, and he actually impedes work.

Game-breaking, distracting bugs impeded my progress, though Ubisoft has since fixed these issues.

As a result, women’s political engagement was impeded along two separate tracks.

Don’t wear a costume mask over your cloth mask, though, because it could impede your breathing.

The height and density of these partitions could also impede the natural air flow of an indoor space, Miller said, which could lead to certain areas having a higher concentration of lingering aerosol particles than others.

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He envisions an Asia “where,” as he told the Australian parliament, “commerce and freedom of navigation are not impeded.”

And sales, those tricky little figures so dependent on the wants and whims of a fickle public, were impeded for that very reason.

Wrong turns, man-hungry polar bears and ice traps impeded his plan.

The result was an extra month of uncertainly that impeded an already volatile hiring market.

Any deception or inefficiency that impeded the flow of information was evil.

That miserable crime hung over me, and its dangers impeded me at every turn.

Difficulties, however, arose with the American authorities which impeded the execution of this plan.

Away they all went; their meal—for neither was it luncheon, dinner, nor tea—in no way impeded their progress.

But they were no longer harassed with the water and timbers that had impeded their progress at the south end.

Here the teacher is neither aided nor impeded by the usual home influences.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to impeded, such as: blocked, interrupted, stopped, and interfered with.

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