Hinder part

  • 1 Hinder — Hind er, a. [OE. hindere, AS. hinder, adv., behind; akin to OHG. hintar, prep., behind, G. hinter, Goth. hindar; orig. a comparative, and akin to AS. hine hence. See {Hence}, {He}, and cf. {Hind}, a., {Hindmost}.] Of or belonging to that part or… …

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  • 2 hinder — hinder1 hinderer, n. hinderingly, adv. /hin deuhr/, v.t. 1. to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty in; hamper; impede: The storm hindered our progress. 2. to prevent from doing, acting, or happening; stop: to hinder a man from committing a… …

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  • 3 hinder — I. /ˈhɪndə / (say hinduh) verb (t) 1. to interrupt; check; retard: to be hindered by storms. 2. to prevent from acting or taking place; stop: to hinder a person from committing a crime. –verb (i) 3. to be an obstacle or impediment. {Middle… …

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  • 4 hinder — 1. v.tr. (also absol.) impede; delay; prevent (you will hinder him; hindered me from working). Etymology: OE hindrian f. Gmc 2. adj. rear, hind (the hinder part). Etymology: ME, perh. f. OE hinderweard backward: cf. HI …

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  • 5 Hinder — This article is about the band. For a definition of the word hinder , see the Wiktionary entry hinder. Hinder Hinder performing live Background information …

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  • 6 hinder — 1. verb /ˈhɪn.də,ˈhɪn.dɚ/ a) To make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle. Since God ſo graciouſly hath brought to lightThis dangerous Treaſon, lurking in our way,To hinder our beginnings. b) To keep back; to delay or …

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  • 7 Hinder — Hind Hind, a. [Compar. {Hinder}; superl. {Hindmost}, or {Hindermost}.] [OE. hind, adv., back, AS. hindan behind. See {Hinder}, a.] In the rear; opposed to front; of or pertaining to the part or end which follows or is behind, in opposition to the …

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  • 8 hinder — [[t]hɪ̱ndə(r)[/t]] hinders, hindering, hindered 1) VERB If something hinders you, it makes it more difficult for you to do something or make progress. [V n] Does the fact that your players are part timers help or hinder you?... [V n] Further… …

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  • 9 hinder — adj after (thought), sad, sinister (thought)?; adv behind, back, after, in the farthest part, down; on hinder backwards …

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  • 10 hinder — hinder1 [ hɪndə] verb make it difficult for (someone) to do something or for (something) to happen. Origin OE hindrian to damage , of Gmc origin; related to behind. hinder2 [ hʌɪndə] adjective (especially of a bodily part) hind. Origin ME: perh.… …

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  • 11 Frank Hinder — Francis (Frank) Henry Critchley Hinder (1906 1992) was an award winning Australian painter, sculptor and art teacher who is also known for his camouflage designs in World War II. Education Frank Hinder was born in Sydney, NSW, in 1906. He… …

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  • 12 Heel — Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of the… …

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  • 13 Heel chain — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 14 Heel of a rafter — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 15 Heel plate — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 16 Heel ring — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 17 Neck and heels — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 18 To be at the heels of — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 19 To be down at the heel — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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  • 20 To be out at the heels — Heel Heel, n. [OE. hele, heele, AS. h[=e]la, perh. for h[=o]hila, fr. AS. h[=o]h heel (cf. {Hough}); but cf. D. hiel, OFries. heila, h[=e]la, Icel. h[ae]ll, Dan. h[ae]l, Sw. h[ a]l, and L. calx. [root]12. Cf. {Inculcate}.] 1. The hinder part of… …

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