Synonyms of trammel
hinder • Landslides are continuing to hinder the arrival of relief supplies.
catch • Police say they are confident of catching the killer.
check • Sex education is expected to help check the spread of Aids.
bar • He stepped in front of her, barring her way.
tie • I wouldn't like to be tied to catching the last train home.
block • All attempts to complain to his superiors were blocked.
net • Poachers have been netting fish to sell on the black market.
restrict • The shoulder straps restrict movement.
handicap • Greater levels of stress may seriously handicap some students.
curb • He must learn to curb that temper of his.
restrain • He grabbed my arm, partly to restrain me.
hamper • I was hampered by a lack of information.
clog • The traffic clogged the Thames bridges.
impede • Fallen rocks are impeding the progress of rescue workers.
ensnare • The spider must wait for the prey to be ensnared in its web.
fetter • He would not be fettered by bureaucracy.
entrap • The whale's mouth contains filters which entrap plankton.
enmesh • He warned that the new mandate would enmesh the UN in a dangerous conflict.
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barIf you bar someone's way, you prevent them from going somewhere or entering a place, by blocking their path.
• He stepped in front of her, barring her way.
blockIf you block something that is being arranged, you prevent it from being done.
• All attempts to complain to his superiors were blocked.
catchIf you catch a person or animal, you capture them after chasing them, or by using a trap, net, or other device.
• Police say they are confident of catching the killer.
Thesaurus for trammel from the Collins English Thesaurus
a hindrance to free action or movement