|impediment, hindrance, something which deters or gets in the way||determent|
|act of blocking, block or hindrance, delaying of something, state of being blocked, that which obstructs; obstacle; interference; hindrance, impediment; blockade, unfair impeding of opponent||obstruction|
|act of deterring, impeding, hindering (especially by means of threats or fear), defensive policy, something that deters||deterrence|
|act of impeding or obstructing; scrambling of waves or signals (Physics, Electronics); something which scrambles waves or signals (Physics, Electronics); blocking of an opposing player (Sports), hindrance, illegal obstruction, legal blocking, meddling ...||interference|
|acting to deter, serving to hinder or impede, someone or something which deters, hindrance, impediment, something that deters, weapons that deter an attack||deterrent|
|action that stops something from happening, aversion, avoidance; act of delaying, act of forestalling; hindrance, impediment, something that acts to prevent something||prevention|
|barrier across road to stop traffic, obstacle, obstruction or barricade on a road; obstacle which prevents progress, hindrance, impediment||roadblock|
|blame, burden, burden of proof or proceeding, responsibility, duty; burden, impediment; blame||onus|
|burden or claim on property, burden or hindrance, impediment; one who is dependent on another for support (especially a child); (Law) lien or claim on a property (also incumbrance)||encumbrance|
|burden, hindrance, impediment; one who is dependent on another for support (especially a child); lien or claim on a property (Law)||incumbrance|
|cause delay, endure, not play high card, present, remain same, rob, stand up to scrutiny, stop, delay; rob; armed robbery; hindrance, postponement||hold up|
|chain, shackle; hinder, hamper, shackle; hindrance, put fetters on somebody, restrain somebody or something, restraint, shackle for ankles||fetter|
|connecting, fastening; impediment, problem, delay; knot for securing something, fasten something to stop it, free ride, hitchhike, join something powered to something else, knot that unties easily, means of connecting two things, move in jerky way, obs...||hitch|
|crease formed by bending, crimping action, curl, curl of wool fibers, fold or press together, frill; corrugate; mold into shape; make wavy; inhibit, hindrance, interfere with, join into seam, pinch decoratively, pinched edge, pleat, tight hair wave, ti...||crimp|
|delay in progress, narrow section at the top of a bottle; hindrance to the clear flow of traffic, traffic jam; impediment to progress, stop, hinder movement, delay traffic, traffic constriction||bottleneck|
|delaying, preventing; obstacle, impediment, obstruction (also hindrance)||hinderance|
|delaying, preventing; obstacle, impediment, obstruction, obstruction of progress, something in the way||hindrance|
|device on a wagon or carriage, restraint; hindrance, obstacle, something held back, something that hinders||holdback|
|discourager, one who deters||dissuader|
|extent of lateness, make late, postpone, hinder; linger, move slowly, postponement, hindrance, hold-up; stopping, lingering, procrastination, put something off till later||delay|
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