Use Hinder in a sentence
Meaning: [verb ] to obstruct, hamper or make it difficult for something to happen;
Controls can hinder terrorist attacks but EU leaders know there is no such thing as 100% security.
It appears the lander’s solar panels did not completely open upon landing, hindering communication.
Soelistyo said bad weather, which has hindered the search for the past several days, remained a worry.
The runner has been hindered somewhat by a knee injury.
The sails could hinder the quick maneuvers needed in advancing the warship.
There is nothing to hinder me.
Poor light hindered my reading.
His ignorance hindered us in our progress.
In 409, the passage of the Germans and Sarmatians toward Hispania went unhindered.
A sore back hindered me from playing tennis.
The mud also hindered infantry and cavalry as they trudged into position.
A huge cast of supporting characters help and hinder their pursuits.
The country’s poor transportation infrastructure is hindering development of the export industry.
Mikel’s plans are hindered by the schemes of three villains.
He didn’t come to help, but to hinder us.
The climbers’ progress up the mountain has been hindered by poor weather.