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  • n. hindrance

Etymologies

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hinder +‎ -ment

Examples

  • I was destined for a greatness that would change forever godlike mankind's perception of existence ... if only I was allowed to grow and mature and change myself without the hinderment of biological urges and social duties.

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  • I put this up and now due to its controversial nature may be a hinderment to my progress as a youtube video poster.

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  • Commenting on difficult experiences, I have often heard members of the Church say, "there must be opposition in all things," suggesting that everything has is its resistance, or hinderment, or opponent.

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