sheepcote, stumbling block, crumple, creese, pinch, shackles, work, purloin, chip, bend dexter, twitch, curl, pleating, flexion, turn, shut off, crimper, card, tweet, cabbage, burnout, breakage, faithful, condition, kill off, file, hair curler, bending, kink up, kill, blow-dry, top, folding, plica, bend, barbershop, flexure, hold back, filch, twist, deform, snarf, smooth, frizzle, congregation, squeeze out, kris, crack, plication, let, coil, holdback, break, straighten, crinkle, blight, kink, frizz, lift, sneak, rimple, chain, comb out, stamp out, open up, swipe, crape, interference, hook, flail, comb, cut, interfere with, curve, pilfer, suppress, twinge, trammel, sheepfold, crook, reshape, nobble, rumple, vellicate, balk, chop, braid, embarrassment, blister, bruise, blemish, sheep pen, line, crepe, abstract, form, squeeze, chase, seam, shape, chisel, drill, cut into, flock, wave, roller, burn, set, cornrow, chip away, curler, manacle, backcomb
hinder (part of speech: verb)
curb, block, thwart, burden, counter, congest, detain, oppose, baffle, inhibit, dam, snarl, obstruct, hamper, cripple, fetter, delay, foul, constipate, mire, hamstring, constrain, complicate, drag, entrap, tangle, clog, snag, paralyze, stop, brake, handicap, deter, resist, restrain, hinder, stay, bung, frustrate, bar, impede, bottleneck, choke, jam, plug, encumber, check, impair, cramp, restrict, entangle, catch, interrupt
wrinkle (part of speech: verb)
hindrance (part of speech: noun)
disadvantage, blockade, blockage, bafflement, complication, entrapment, damper, impediment, constraint, deterrent, impedance, encumbrance, hurdle, frustration, inhibition, congestion, restriction, impasse, restraint, interruption, entanglement, resistance, hindrance, opposition, constipation, obstruction, drawback, barrier, stoppage, obstacle
- Rale, this sort of puts a crimp in the notion that Bill Wingo held up the stage.
- If we could get some one to put a crimp in Lilian Leberwurtz' 'Balm for Busted Bussums, ' it would help a lot. - "Comrade Yetta", Albert Edwards.
- There might remain a crimp in him that would last always, but Boylan was aware that a man's weakness may be made his strength, and that a life habit of care which comes from cushioning a wound often results in extraordinary development of the parts of strength. - "Red Fleece", Will Levington Comfort.