Third-person singular simple present indicative form of occlude.(verb)
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Use "occludes" in a sentence
"What recalcitrance of personality occludes the possibility of love?"
""The problem with outrage is that it occludes vision," he wrote last spring, striking an ever-so-reasonable pose (and setting a fine example, too people who are angry rarely muster such elegant concepts as occlusion)."
"Coronary heart disease occurs when a clot, arising from a ruptured and inflamed atherosclerotic plaque, occludes a blood vessel of the heart."