Hamper Definition

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1. "The conscious process of trying to do the right thing is hampered, and the unconscious process is free then to increase its sway over your behavior and mind, " Wegner told LiveScience. 1
2. "Why of course for the matter of that we could have sent you back last week, " said Johnny rather huffily "did you not know that the hamper goes back empty on Saturdays? 1
3. A loan stock holder is not hampered by such restrictions if his loan stock is not paid on the due date. 1
4. A pedagogy which denies this perversely creates difficulties which hamper the learner in this task. 1
5. A PROPERTY developer has claimed congested roads in Middlesbrough are hampering the letting of his scheme in the town's Enterprise Zone. 1
6. A rebound of tobacco production has continuously been hampered by unavailability of inputs. 1
7. A returnable 150,000 Lire deposit is payable on arrival but a welcome hamper is included in the price. 1
8. A steady rain hampered the progress of the work. 1
9. A train of mules trailed behind them, carrying chests and casks and barrels, and hampers of delectables to keep the lord of cheese from growing peckish. 1
10. Accreditation is also hampered by several other factors. 1
11. Adoption of modern agricultural practices and use of technology is inadequate, hampered by ignorance of such practices, high costs and impracticality in the case of small land holdings. 1
12. All except one, who hobbled after them, hampered by the club foot that is the hallmark of polio. 1
13. Although a legitimate government was elected by the Afghan people, it's been hampered by corruption, the drug trade, an under-developed economy, and insufficient security forces. 1
14. Although this can be useful, it also has the potential to hamper problem diagnosis. 1
15. An attempt to rescue the men has been hampered by bad weather. 1
16. And her own delicate manual skills could never be hampered by the customised membrane-thin spacesuits that she works in. 1
17. And so is the yummy hamper over there from Fortnum's. 1
18. Apple also said that selected Power Mac and Performa models are hampered by system freezes and sudden changes in colors. 1
19. As a result, concern over the militarisation of space threatens to hamper efforts to develop clean-up technology. 1
20. At present, Chinese peasants still stand for an identification, which hampers the process of agricultural modernization. 1
21. At the beginning the immigrants' lack of experience and poor organization hampered mobilization, and so other workers struck first. 1
22. At the same time, the waste of resources, the ecological deterioration and the decline in quality of life are seriously hampering the realization of people's happiness. 1
23. Attempts to limit female mobility by hampering locomotion are ancient and almost universal. 1
24. Background: Hearing impairment in children can hamper learning process in them. 1
25. Bad weather is hampering the search for survivors. 1
26. Because of room acoustics and delay in the transmission path, echoes affect the sound quality and may hamper communications. 1
27. Because of room acoustics and delay in the transmission path,(This website/hamper.html) echoes affect the sound quality and may hamper communications. 1
28. Before entering the bathroom, he emptied his dirty laundry into the hamper. 1
29. Business leaders are cautioning against hasty action that would hamper flexibility. 1
30. But hampered by the lack of enthusiasm from the White House, the measure failed to complete its legislative programme. 1




hampers (plural noun)


hampers (third person present) · hampered (past tense) · hampered (past participle) · hampering (present participle)

  - hinder or impede the movement or progress of.


  - necessary but cumbersome equipment on a ship.


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