impediment[ im-ped-uh-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF impediment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPEDIMENT
The Greek Government had put no impediment in the way of arbitration.
A child born to an unmarried woman is no impediment to her marriage.
Is the body an impediment, or not, if any one takes it with him as a partner in the search?
Perhaps I have had my own impediment, apart from our love for Paul.
When she spoke of marriage with Paul, I hinted at an impediment.
She was thinking of what Hugh Ritson had said of an impediment to their marriage.
You did, indeed, and I'm certain I never threw any impediment in the way of it.
The governor found Orion Clemens an impediment to this policy.
He was a Spaniard and seemed to have an impediment in speaking English.
It will turn off at every switch, and fly off at every turn or impediment.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPEDIMENT
- cooling-off period
- holding pattern
- putting off