Definition of Impeder

1. Noun. Someone who impedes. agent noun of impede ¹



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Definition of Impeder

1. one that impedes [n -S] - See also: impedes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impeder

impeccancy
impeccant
impecuniosities
impecuniosity
impecunious
impecuniously
impecuniousness
imped
impedance
impedance angle
impedance method
impedance plethysmography
impedances
impede
impeded
impeder (current term)
impeders
impedes
impedible
impediment
impedimenta
impedimental
impediments
impeding
impedingly
impedition
impeditions
impeditive
impedivity
impeed

Literary usage of Impeder

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1. Reeves' History of the English Law: With Numerous Notes, and an Introductory by John Reeves, William Francis Finlason (1879)
"The legislature at length interposed to authorize this proceeding, and settled it somewhat in the manner it is here stated.2 If the impeder was within age, ..."

2. History of the Inquisition: From Its Establishment in the Twelfth Century to by William Harris Rule (1874)
"For this act of humanity Don Jaime was arrested by the Inquisitors, thrown into prison as an impeder of the Holy Office, brought thence to Zaragoza, ..."

3. History of the English Law: From the Time of the Saxons, to the End of the by John Reeves (1814)
"ThiĀ» was, in the first instance to distrain the impeder, either by directing the ... If the impeder was within age, and had nothing by which he might be ..."

4. The Victorian Monthly Magazine (1859)
"There may be a deep significance in the death of the Forceful, in his headlong descent carrying away, but crushed by the honored remains of the impeder. ..."

5. A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages by Henry Charles Lea (1887)
"Vainly the inquisitors complained to the Franciscan prelates of Bernard as an impeder of the Holy Office. The form of a trial would be gone through, ..."

6. A History of the Inquisition of Spain by Henry Charles Lea (1906)
"... pain of four thousand more, to appear within twenty days and answer to the action brought against him by the fiscal as an impeder of the Inquisition. ..."

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