- (context, slang, euphemism) The buttocks.
- 1997 - Richard Laliberte and Stephen C. George, The Men's Health Guide to Peak Conditioning http://books.google.com/books?id=2MOrDKokat8C</sup>, ISBN 0875963234, page 195:
- : Like martial arts, in-line skating is predicated on the notion that sooner or later you're going to end up on your .
- (transitive) To keep back; to delay or impede.
- 1591 - w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, s:The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Two Gentlemen of Verona act ii, scene 7 (First Folio ed.)
- :Then let me goe, and not my courÅ¿e
- (transitive) To make difficult to accomplish; to frustrate, act as obstacle.
- 1599 - w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare, s:The Life of Henry the Fifth, Henry V act ii, scene 2 (act i; First Folio ed.)
- :Since God Å¿o graciouÅ¿ly hath brought to light<br/>This dangerous TreaÅ¿on, lurking in our way,<br/>To our beginnings.
- (context, transitive, obsolete) To cause harm.
- Of or belonging to that part or end which is in the rear or hind, or which follows.
- the end of a wagon
- the parts of a horse
- 1990 - C. W. H. Havard (ed.), Black's Medical Dictionary, 36th edition, p 673
- :On a line dividing the front two-thirds from the one-third, and set in the shape of a V, is a row of seven to twelve large flat-topped circumvallate papillae, ...
- (comparative of, hind)
Supplemental Details:Sponsor an extended definition for hinder for as little as $10 per month. Click here to contact us.
Full Definition of hinder