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Use "hinders" in a sentence
"They have agreed, indeed, that the term hinders rather than assists an under - standing of “what is actually being done in different societies.”"
"Because rugged terrain hinders trade and most productive activities, it has a negative direct effect on income."
"Damage to this part of the brain hinders object recognition to a lesser extent than it does face recognition, but the effect is still noticeable - which basically means, whichever camp you're in, that this area of the brain is crucial to our ability to weave the world together. [link]"