impediment

something that hinders (e.g. stammer) 
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Impediment

Im·ped'i·ment noun [ Latin impedimentum : confer French impediment .] That which impedes or hinders progress, motion, activity, or effect. « Thus far into the bowels of the land Have we marched on without impediment .» Shak. Impediment in speech ,
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Impediment

• (n.) That which impedes or hinders progress, motion, activity, or effect. • (v. t.) To impede.
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impediment

impediment 1. The fact of impeding or condition of being impeded; hindrance, obstruction; or something that impedes, hinders, or obstructs; a hindrance, an obstruction. 2. Something that impedes the functions or health of the body; a (physical) defect; an affection or malady.
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impediment

something immaterial that interferes with action or progress
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impediment

something immaterial that interferes with action or progress
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Impediment

An external circumstance or characteristic established by law as prohibiting a particular action. Although the term is most commonly found in marriage law it may also be found in relationship to other actions, for example, the reception of Orders.
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