Hindrances [noun]

Definition of Hindrances:

obstruction, difficulty

Opposite/Antonyms of Hindrances:

Sentence/Example of Hindrances:

Let a writer go straight to the point as directly as the hindrances of language will allow.

These hindrances were frequent, when this colony was founded.

But you just go straight ahead, determined to do your duty, and lo, the hindrances disappear.

A philosopher never worries about little hindrances, for he soon learns that a delay often proves to be an advantage.

Notwithstanding all hindrances, it is an easier matter to beautify the outside than to reform that which is within.

There had been no hindrances, no jealousies, no alternate hopes and fears, none of those vicissitudes to which love is heir.

So also he should put down on the debit side in the list of liabilities the pull-backs, hindrances and other business-killers.

But to the proper care of plants in pots there are many hindrances and drawbacks.

And hence arise fresh hindrances to the progress of true religion in these settlements.

The navigation of this river for large vessels is not easy, in consequence of a bar and other hindrances.