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Spell check of obstruction
Correct spelling: obstruction
- obstuction (50%)
- obtruction (50%)
disagreement, interruption, dribble, impedimenta, restraint, entrapment, corner, encumbrance, deterrent, pin down, choke, bar, breastwork, obstructer, dive, impasse, block, manacle, blockade, blockage, protest, backhand, damper, traverse, hinderance, resister, mire, cross, baulk, blast, impediment, fetter, repulsion, entanglement, repression, prohibition, obstacle, help, seal, tangle, check, drawback, impedance, barrier, chip, snarl, burden, bafflement, jam, clog, disadvantage, obstinacy, inhibition, constipation, bottleneck, intercept, friction, parapet, fight, inconvenience, interference, lock, antagonism, dispute, rampart, occlusion, paralysis, embarrassment, rebuff, opposition, barricade, predicament, confrontation, bulwark, closure, fastener, stumbling block, bung, problem, cork, discouragement, pin, complication, hold back, stop, counteraction, delivery, brake, congestion, hamper, stoppage, cramp, crimp, constraint, delay, stopper, open, difficulty, challenge, chain, snag, adversary, balk, obstructor, hurdle, hold, ball, hindrance, frustration, obstruct, let, immobilize, proscription, wall, trap, conflict, shackles, resistance, stay, plug, retardation, contradiction, dam, suppression, restriction, circumvention, prevention, drag, objection, obstructionist, catch, holdback, handicap, thwarter, sabotage, counterattack, defiance, checkmate, trammel.
break, passage, admittance, boost, stimulus, handmaiden, impetus, incentive, way, catalyst, assistance, benefit, edge, opening, spur, transit, stimulant, help, thoroughfare, entrance, advantage, road, aid, goad.
Examples of usage:
1) It is impossible to slip beside it for it is too close there; so it will be necessary that we turn back a little, get on top, and ride around the obstruction; but it is yet two hours to night; therefore we have plenty of time. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.
2) This offers an obstruction to the drift of the old ice. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.
3) He crept round the obstruction, and a few moments later found himself knee- deep in water before a little dam that had been thrown across the heading. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.
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