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- v. To impede.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hindered; obstructed.
- transitive v. To impede.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To impede.
- In astrology, to affect by evil stars.
- Hindered; obstructed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Neither is the third exception of any more validity, being only a repetition of what was spoken before, rendered something more impedite, dark, and intricate, by the terms of “physically,” “irresistibly,” and
Sunt a [Greek: stomulein] vel [Greek: stomullein], nimia loquacitate alios offendere; quod impedite loquentes libentissime garrire soleant; vel quod aliis nimii semper videantur, etiam parcissime loquentes.
AtdifFormitatemimmcdiatamjninivi XDZ nullns quaternarius poted impedite fe folo.
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