get in the way love

Definitions

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  • v. to obstruct, hinder, or interfere

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Bin Laden is never one to let facts get in the way of his narrative of American-led Muslim humiliation.

    The Longest War

  • Burkhoff never let anything get in the way of his scientific curiosity.

    THE 4400® WELCOME TO PROMISE CITY

  • When I was brought on board at LiveYou TV, my mission was to give this fledgling network a real identity by creating programming too compelling to let life get in the way of watching.

    I.O.U.

  • Killeen warned them to be careful and not get in the way of crewwork, but never considered ordering them to stop.

    Tides Of Light

  • Viewpoint: In health care debate, don't fall prey to the politics of exclusion Viewpoint: When it comes to Employee Free Choice, some don't let the truth get in the way Twin Cities janitors set strike authorization vote

    WorkdayMinnesota.com: News

  • To Mr. Owen's earnest pleadings, all we could get in the way of information was: "An order has been issued by the commanding officer that every horse is to be seized, no matter where or how engaged; a raid from Forrest is expected."

    A southern woman's war time reminiscences,

  • Viewpoint: In health care debate, don't fall prey to the politics of exclusion Viewpoint: When it comes to Employee Free Choice, some don't let the truth get in the way Transportation security nominee withdraws bid

    WorkdayMinnesota.com: News

  • Viewpoint: In health care debate, don't fall prey to the politics of exclusion Viewpoint: When it comes to Employee Free Choice, some don't let the truth get in the way UAW members volunteer to help Haiti 24 January 2010

    WorkdayMinnesota.com: News

  • Viewpoint: In health care debate, don't fall prey to the politics of exclusion Viewpoint: When it comes to Employee Free Choice, some don't let the truth get in the way Some west metro post offices may be sold 24 January 2010

    WorkdayMinnesota.com: News

  • The decapitations were a horror when done by one of our other warriors with a machete or Bowie knife hacking through neck and spinal column or letting arms get in the way so they had to be hacked off before the neck could be reached—nasty business that I regret ever seeing and regret even more that my son saw.

    Our American King

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