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Definition of "blocked" []

  • Functionally impeded by amphetamine (adjective)
  • Obstructed impeding general movement. (adjective)

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  • Obstructed impeding total flow in a pipe, etc. (adjective)
  • Past tense and past participle of to block. (verb)

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Use "blocked" in a sentence
  • "From today, brands can request to have their name blocked from use with the new suffix, which goes live next year."
  • "But more seriously, I think times when a story begins to bog down and I feel "blocked" is most often due to something intrinsically wrong with the scene or character or point of view I'm working on."
  • "You spend four or so years in "blocked" college time, serene in the knowledge that nothing will change (short of failure, which is of the catastrophic/sublime mode)."