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adjective as in hindering

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The mother, Emily Kruse, was charged with obstructing justice and intimidating a witness.

The envelope also contains a warning about the federal penalties for obstructing the mail.

Weinberg also said the NRA has a long history of obstructing any progress on the smart gun.

They charged her with two misdemeanors, Obstructing Government Administration, Failure to Obey Police Officer.

Although frequently maligned in the media as obstructing medical reform, many physicians are clamoring for change.

We entered the town through one of the gateways, which has no doubt been obstructing the main highway for several hundred years.

You can not see the obstructing power, for it is really a gyrating section of force, and is colorless.

This Indian was standing on his feet, leaning forward, and peering as best he could between the trees and the obstructing limbs.

The Sumerians observed that the land was brought into existence by means of the obstructing reeds, which caused mud to accumulate.

It was high time, for the last obstructing logs of the old barricade had fallen and the chamber was a seething mass of fire.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to obstructing, such as: in the way, and obstruent.

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