Part of speech:
To prevent the flow or passage of:
To hinder with obstacles or difficulties; impede:
To hinder or obstruct as with a stymie
To create a blockade against.
To be or get in the way of (a view or something to be seen).
To fasten with or as with a bar
Barricade means to put up a barrier to shut something in or out.
To pull something with difficulty; tug.
To block (a passage); plug:
To crush or bruise:
To prevent the passage of:
To impede is defined as to block or temporarily keep something from going forward.
To turn aside or cause to turn aside; bend or deviate.
To deflect or ward off a thrust or blow.
To forget things; be forgetful
To convert (floating capital) into fixed capital.
To convert into ice.
To prevent the occurrence, realization, or attainment of:
In a square shape.
To increase sharply.
Scotch is defined as to cut, wound or put an end to.
To transport in a boat propelled with oars.
Book of Common Prayer
To fill (a hole) tightly with or as if with a plug; stop up.
To outline is to summarize the main points or to draw the outer edge of something.
To act in opposition
To come close to; near:
(Now Rare) To stop, hinder, or prevent
(--- Chemistry) To prevent or decrease the rate of (a reaction).
To hamper is defined as to stop someone from doing something or stop something from progressing as it should.
(Psychol.) To prevent from gratifying certain impulses or desires, either conscious or unconscious
To obscure or confuse (a trail or scent) so as to evade pursuers.
To discharge the duties of; occupy:
To prevent or discourage from acting, as by means of fear or doubt:
To close up; obstruct:
Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
To cover or fill with a thick layer, as of compacted matter:
To form into a particular shape; to give shape to.
To embody in a definite form:
To load to capacity; fill:
To fasten by means of tackle
To hide from view; cover; screen
To select or discard in this way
Obscure is defined as to make confusing or hard to see.
To prevent the disclosure or recognition of; conceal:
To stop or seal with or as if with a cork.
To fill to excess; overcrowd
To fill or stop up:
(Sports) To grip (a bat or racket, for example) at a point nearer the hitting surface.
To remove the wrapping from:
To constitute or compose, especially out of separate elements:
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