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View definitions for obstructed

obstructed

adjective as in constipated

Weak match

adjective as in costive

adjective as in impassable

adjective as in jammed

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Example Sentences

At best, his administration appeared exceptionally lax, and at worst, it willfully obstructed justice.

In the military, it provides real-time information to soldiers about their environments, even if their vision is obstructed.

You can see where people are even if your view is obstructed.

However, he said he was unsure whether or not ongoing renovations to his house may have obstructed the outdoor sensors.

She often viewed the state as an enemy and referred to her own cabinet members when they obstructed her as “them,” not “us.”

In this case the inundations have to find new paths on either side of the obstructed way.

The ancient stairway was partially destroyed, the entrance completely obstructed, and some of the galleries walled up.

The stairway B has been used as a wine store, and is obstructed by a wall and a smaller transverse stairway.

She kept peeping out of her room, after she had written her little pencil-note, to see if the outer door was still obstructed.

The action was, of course, obstructed and delayed in every way, by the power of Mrs. Barnes's millions behind the scenes.

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On this page you'll find 195 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obstructed, such as: choked, crowded, glutted, gridlocked, jammed, and overcrowded.

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

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