impeded : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be a hindrance or obstacle to
- v block passage through
- s made difficult or slow
we blamed our impeded progress on lack of money
- In her suit she had alleged that her supervisor's demeaning - comments about her performance and his unwillingness to give her more responsible assignments impeded her professional .
- While Baghdad had not impeded the inspectors' activities, Blix and Al-Baradei demanded more "pro-active" cooperation from Iraq in establishing Iraqi compliance with UN disarmament .
- Each dancer embodies a fluid beauty, impeded only by the graphical limits of a computer monitor.
News & Articles
- Runners might slow traffic on Front Street
Traffic on Front Street may be impeded Thursday evening starting at 6:30 p.m. for a foot race.
June 13, 2013 - The Wilmington Star-News
- Rockland Police Log, May 19-31
Sunday, May 19 2:48 a.m. Hingham St., disturbance, loud noise. 3:28 a.m. Pond St., 911 emergency. Arrest: Steven Spencer, 27, 51 Broad Reach, Weymouth. Charges: operating under the influence of liquor; second offense, negligent operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, motor cycle lanes violation, passing violation, unsafe operation of motor vehicle, headphones on operator, impeded ...
June 13, 2013 - Rockland Standard
- Grainger's May Sales Rise 5%
Gains were best in the U.S., while results elsewhere were impeded by currency exchange rates.
June 12, 2013 - The Motley Fool
- President Bush in ABC News
It's sad that we live in a time when a talented and honorable person like Alberto Gonzales is impeded from doing important work because his good name was dragged through the mud for political reasons,Bush said before leaving Texas for...
- Henry Waxman in Forbes
This unorthodox arrangement has reportedly impeded the investigation,Waxman said.