hindered (part of speech: verb)
detained, fouled, bottlenecked, plugged, snarled, restricted, clogged, stopped, cramped, snagged, crimped, encumbered, baffled, handicapped, caught, dammed, delayed, complicated, frustrated, burdened, entrapped, braked, choked, blocked, constrained, dragged, bunged, hamstrung, impaired, tangled, fettered, paralyzed, curbed, constipated, interrupted, entangled, congested, mired, stayed, hampered, jammed, thwarted, crippled
opposed (part of speech: verb)
contradicted, hindered, fought, intercepted, disagreed, protested, crossed, interfered, impeded, obstructed, repelled, countered, resisted, oppressed, antagonized, objected, counteracted, suppressed, opposed, counterattacked, confronted, challenged, rebuffed, repressed, meddled, repulsed, defied, conflicted, disputed
prohibited (part of speech: verb)
restrained (part of speech: adjective)
dissuaded (part of speech: verb)
dampened, deterred, disheartened, banned, depressed, restrained, dissuaded, barred, averted, discouraged, prevented, checked, daunted, admonished, chilled, diverted, disinclined, intimidated, derailed, deflected
- You will be inhibited in every diocese; you will have the millstone of an unpaid debt round your neck; you are a married man." - "The Altar Steps", Compton MacKenzie.
- The fact that these and other States have inhibited their legislatures from the exercise of this power, shows that the abolition of slavery is acknowledged to be a proper subject of legislation, when Constitutions impose no restrictions. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
- The States were the grantors; they made the compact; they gave the Federal agent its powers; they inhibited themselves from doing certain things, and all else they retained to themselves. - "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Vol. 1 (of 2)", Jefferson Davis.