It is erroneous, insulting to the mostly well-meaning officers in this country, and impedes constructive discussion, and change.
Thistles, White Daisy, and every plant that impedes tillage and diminishes crops, are nourished and diffused by means of pastures.
No artillery should be moved with the troops; it delays and impedes them.
When an ovarian tumour is discovered during labour and it impedes delivery, ovariotomy should be performed.
Good is that which is useful to us; evil, that which impedes the possession of good.
The women do not take off their long loose garment, but just hold the skirt of it in their teeth if it impedes their swimming.
We become afraid of them and fear is what impedes us most of all in life.
It still sorrowfully distracts the loving children of our one Father and impedes the spread of his kingdom in the earth.
We give up nothing but that which impedes the inflow of godly forces.
They form a heavy ballast, if the phrase may be permitted, that impedes the progress of its ascension.