dissuaded (part of speech: verb)
deflected, discouraged, averted, diverted, inhibited, disheartened, daunted, deterred, prevented, banned, depressed, disinclined, intimidated, dampened, dissuaded, restrained, chilled, admonished, derailed
excluded (part of speech: verb)
expatriated, renounced, proscribed, extradited, amputated, relegated, ostracized, expelled, evicted, eradicated, forbade, boycotted, removed, ousted, deported, excommunicated, forbidden, exiled, repudiated, ignored, disqualified, disbarred, banished, prohibited
defended (part of speech: verb)
guarded, backfired, barricaded, answered, buffered, rebutted, defended, safeguarded, covered, fended, returned, policed, responded, replied, saved, counterattacked, upheld, retorted, sustained, screened, protected, supported, resisted, shielded, countered, sheltered, opposed, argued, warded, secured
hindered (part of speech: verb)
restricted, curbed, burdened, impaired, hampered, hamstrung, entangled, caught, complicated, snarled, fettered, obstructed, dammed, choked, paralyzed, tangled, clogged, stayed, thwarted, interrupted, delayed, impeded, bunged, snagged, constipated, congested, crimped, plugged, entrapped, braked, fouled, jammed, mired, hindered, handicapped, detained, encumbered, dragged, baffled, crippled, blocked, constrained, frustrated, stopped, bottlenecked, cramped
rejected (part of speech: verb)
deep-sixed, belched, denied, blackballed, curtailed, drained, abandoned, shed, jettisoned, discharged, sheared, ejaculated, cut, scrapped, eliminated, lopped, evacuated, secreted, trashed, shedded, seeped, scraped, excised, erupted, rejected, ejected, excreted, clipped, disgorged, cropped, excluded, checked, discarded, exhausted, exuded, vomited, oppugned, vented, disallowed, chopped, disclaimed, disapproved, blacklisted, spewed, sniped, culled, snipped, jilted, junked, emitted
prohibited (part of speech: verb)
- Then he walked before her and barred the way. - "The Song of Songs", Hermann Sudermann.
- Then I could see her tremble; she started quickly to leave, but he barred the way. - "A Breath of Prairie and other stories", Will Lillibridge.
- The road turned, and a gate barred his way. - "Audrey", Mary Johnston.