hindered (part of speech: verb)
constrained, bottlenecked, complicated, crimped, congested, snagged, plugged, blocked, stopped, restricted, constipated, tangled, snarled, jammed, deterred, braked, fettered, stayed, thwarted, baffled, burdened, dragged, curbed, interrupted, fouled, dammed, detained, bunged, entangled, choked, caught, encumbered, restrained, mired, entrapped, barred, delayed, frustrated, clogged
opposed (part of speech: verb)
defied, checked, conflicted, antagonized, confronted, impeded, countered, obstructed, counterattacked, crossed, objected, disputed, interfered, inhibited, opposed, contradicted, resisted, meddled, repulsed, oppressed, fought, repressed, intercepted, repelled, counteracted, rebuffed, disagreed, challenged, suppressed, protested
disabled (part of speech: verb)
enfeebled, invalidated, deadened, tampered, disarmed, hobbled, benumbed, neutralized, crippled, weakened, abrogated, handicapped, botched, cramped, undermined, scotched, hampered, vitiated, incapacitated, prostrated, hamstrung, sapped, impaired, anesthetized, dulled, disabled, screwed up, stunned, paralyzed, lamed, stupefied
de-motivated (part of speech: verb)
restrained (part of speech: adjective)
slowed (part of speech: verb)
retained (part of speech: verb)
- One of them was the person, whom I have before mentioned under the name of the Taboo man, who constantly attended Captain Cook with the circumstances of ceremony I have already described; and who, though a man of rank in the island, could scarcely be hindered from performing for him the lowest offices of a menial servant. - "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16", Robert Kerr.
- He was always on his way to Lewside Cottage, but something always hindered him from getting there. - "Furze the Cruel", John Trevena.
- Its past effects cannot be recalled; but here the evil may end, the mistake may be cleared up, and be hindered from destroying the future peace of your mother. - "Jane Talbot", Charles Brockden Brown.