They therefore do not wish to have them try to understand what they read, thinking it would be a hinderance to them.
Percival had had a nervous fear of some hinderance on his way to the station.
It may become a hinderance to able, worthy ministers that can do better.
But I'm not used to so much society, and I don't want to be any hinderance.
But there was a hinderance in the way of escape—the frightful mass of gold.
Ignorance was no hinderance to advancement, socially or pecuniarily.
Interrup′ter, Interrup′tor; Interrup′tion, act of interrupting: hinderance: cessation.
You were mistaken in me from the first, and I have been nothing but a trouble and a hinderance to you.
She posed as a woman who could make allowances, and whose friendship would be no check or hinderance.
The nearest vessel was the only one that for the moment was able to offer any hinderance.