impeding

[ im-peed ]SEE DEFINITION OF impeding

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPEDING

For God Himself had been made imperfect by the impeding of His moral purpose.

The wounded were increasing in number, impeding their retreat.

There was no crowding or impeding haste in their dumb exodus.

It seemed to me, legions of dark forms were impeding my steps.

But if Thurso was not told, there would be none of this impeding counteraction.

She stood in front of me, holding my arms and impeding my advance.

No one thought of impeding the vile ravisher in his course, for, alas!

Far from impeding his recovery, these reflections hastened it.

They were like detaining fingers that grasped at your skirts, impeding your progress.

Then we ran on as swiftly as was possible in the impeding water.

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