Use hamper in a sentence
Meaning: [verb ] hinder; obstruct ;
But it says trade restrictions are hampering cooperation.
Four little-known dangers can seriously hamper your holiday.
But the rescue efforts are hampered by strong winds and heavy rain.
But analysts say graft and poor infrastructure hamper Benin’s development.
“Before it was I hope I have a little bit of work to actually fill a hamper.
But it appears the hamstring is not only hampering Francis’ football career.
An attempt yesterday was hampered by strong currents and low visibility.
Republicans have warned ruling out ground forces could hamper military strategy.
Aid efforts have been hampered by fighting and air and sea ports being blocked for long periods.
As if the struggle wasn’t great enough, the vast Valley fire containment effort is being hampered.