Origin of hindrance
Examples from the Web for hindrance
Jim Kessler with Third Way, a centrist Democratic group, describes it as “getting out of the way…more service than hindrance.”
In the long run, was the Warren Commission a help, a hindrance, or some of both?Hugh Aynesworth Has Spent His Career Debunking JFK Conspiracy Theories|Malcolm Jones|November 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As Romney learned the hard way, titans of finance can be more of a hindrance than a help.
As for his first name, Oliver, it meant “sky-lantern,” moonlight as a hindrance to crime.
At some point, it became clear to me that Twitter was becoming more of a hindrance than a help.
There were no collections, nor any hindrance for lack of funds.Women of Early Christianity|Alfred Brittain
There was only one hindrance: that I seemed not to know any of the people he and his wife had known.The Real Thing and Other Tales|Henry James
She would be no let or hindrance to their piety; but they must ask her no awkward questions.Phantom Fortune, A Novel|M. E. Braddon
It thus comes about that what we call religion is frequently a hindrance to the rhythm of the apex-thought.The Complex Vision|John Cowper Powys
The open Pacific offers no hindrance to safe navigation, except an occasional heavy gale.His Unknown Wife|Louis Tracy