Verb(1) restrict (someone or something
(1) we tripped over sticks and stones, which encumber most of the trail(2) In the context of family property there are legislative restrictions on the extent to which one party can encumber it other than in the context of acquiring it.(3) The heroine is cute but her best lines are lost in hurried delivery; wooden acting and static blocking on everyone's part encumber the flat script.(4) It becomes clear why it was necessary not to encumber the reader with foreshadowing the ending too soon.(5) Commonly, we mistake our ownership rights, or else we encumber property with titles that are difficult to understand.(6) Delaying litigation can encumber our project should we forget that we also work for those we seek to protect.(7) Mr and Mrs Davies were willing, if necessary, to encumber their house as security to assure his appearance to abide the determination by the Full Federal Court.(8) The huge weight that should encumber the use of police violence, especially lethal violence, against members of the public has been lessened.(9) Why encumber us with an expensive waste contract which will not allow us the benefit of embracing new and inventive ways of looking at and dealing with waste for twenty years to come.(10) One shadow was ahead of the group, stumbling over unseen holes and encumbered with what looked like a briefcase.(11) It basically is a lawsuit that's filed that encumbers someone's basic right to free speech.(12) Supporting general practitioners through shared care schemes and training, rather than encumbering them with additional bureaucratic mechanisms that do not improve care, will achieve this.(13) She quickly scanned the room, pausing as her eyes encountered Landau, troubled memories encumbering her before she turned to regard Damien.(14) This regimen nut only encumbers the clinician, but it can also further distress the patient, especially at night when sleep may be interrupted for dressing care.(15) Many are restless, depressed, and encumbered with the cares of the world and the deceitfulness of riches.(16) Rather than encumbering students with facts, the initial emphasis is upon exploration and discovery.
(1) encumber :: llesteirio'r
1. hamper ::
2. burden ::
3. cumber ::
1. aid ::
2. assist ::
3. facilitate ::
4. help ::
Different Formsencumber, encumbered, encumbering, encumbers
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