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hindered

[ hin-derd ]
/ ˈhɪn dərd /
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adjective
slowed, reduced, or held back:Dwarf trees tend to be shorter lived than standard trees, perhaps because of the hindered roots.Recent court documents and a hindered Senate investigation suggest that congressional oversight has been lax.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of hinder1.
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OTHER WORDS FROM hindered

un·hin·dered, adjective
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