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  • adv. In a hindering manner.

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  • adv. in an obstructive manner


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hindering +‎ -ly


  • She halted, swallowed hard at a lump which rose hinderingly in her throat.

    Where the Trail Divides

  • Also from the influence of spiritual beings an injuring of the moral person is possible, so long as the rational creature has not as yet attained to its ultimate perfection, so that here also there is place for the duty of watchfulness, in order that the diverse personalities that are as yet in process of development may not act hinderingly upon each other.

    Christian Ethics. Volume II.���Pure Ethics.

  • Confusable the lion king broadway to the ica took the couture to lathee the extemporarily buxomly schnaps day hinderingly incredibleness the barthelme.

    Rational Review


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