Reverse Dictionary: OBSES – OBSZ


OBSESSED, OBSESSIVE – adjectives
– DEAD SET ON fascinated by, obsessed with, in love with, determined …L19 sl.
– EAT UP keen on, obsessed with …1990s sl.
– GOOFY obsessed; keen on …1910s US sl.
– HUNG fascinated or obsessed with …1950 US sl.
– HUNG UP obsessed, infatuated …1950 US sl.
– HUNG UP ON obsessed …1957 sl.
– IN BITS OVER obsessed with …L19 sl.
– INSANE idiotic, utterly senseless, irrational, obsessive …M19
– LOCO crazy, insane, mentally deranged, out of one’s mind; obsessed …1887 Amer. dial.
– PASH passionate, obsessive …1920s sl.
– PASHED UP sexually obsessed …1930s US sl.
– QUEER FOR obsessed with, sexually or otherwise …1940s sl.
– STUCK obsessed with, devoted to …M19 orig. US
– STUCK AFTER obsessed with, devoted to …M19 orig. US
– STUCK ON obsessed with, devoted to …M19 orig. US
– TABANKCA passionate, obsessed …20C W. Indies sl.
– WHALES ON obsessed with, devoted to …L19 US sl.
obsessed, obsessive – person
– ANORAK someone obsessively involved with something, as a hobby, that is generally regarded as boring or unfashionable …1991 Brit. sl.
– BEETLE a crazy, eccentric, or foolish person; a madman, an obsessive fan …1605 sl.
– CRANK a mentally unstable person; an unreliable, unpredictable person; a person who is obsessed by a single topic or hobby …1833 US sl.
– LOCO (derogatory) one who is out of his mind or obsessed; a crazy or insane person …1852 Amer. dial.
– LOCO BLOSSOM (derogatory) one who is out of his mind or obsessed; a crazy or insane person …1941 Amer. dial.
– MONSTER an obsessive, an addict …1998 sl.
– TRAINSPOTTER anyone with a pedantic interest in and an obsessive knowledge of a specific topic …1995 UK sl. 
obsessed, obsessive – verbs 
– DO ONE’S JOB OVER to become obsessed with …1970s Aust. sl.
– GO APE-SHIT to be obsessed with a person or thing …M20 US sl.
– HAVE BEES IN THE HEAD to be whimsical or obsessed with something …a1553
– PUT ONE’S EYE ON to become obsessed with at first sight and thus to desire to possess immediately …20C W. Indies
 
OBSESSION – nouns
– BEE IN ONE’S BONNET an obsession with something …1845
– BUG an obsessive enthusiasm or craze; an obsession or urge …1902 sl., orig. US
– BUG UP ONE’S ASS an obsessive desire; a stimulus, a goad …1954 Amer. dial.
– GREAT WHITE WHALE an objective earnestly and relentlessly pursued; an obsession …1992
– RAT an obsession, an eccentricity …1920s sl.
– WHITE WHALE an objective earnestly and relentlessly pursued; an obsession …1931
obsession – person 
– TRAINSPOTTER anyone with a pedantic interest in and an obsessive knowledge of a specific topic …1995 UK sl.
obsession – verbs
– BE LIKE A DOG WITH A BONE to be tenacious, persistent, or obstinate; to be unwilling to yield, relent, or let go; to be unable to set aside a preoccupation or obsession …1887
 
OBSOLESCENT – verbs
– OBSOLESCE to be obsolescent; to grow obsolete; to fall into disuse …1873
 
OBSOLETE – adjectives
– ABOLETE †* obsolete, out of use …c1515
– EXOLETE † that has gone out of use; disused, obsolete …1611
– MODEL-T cheap, outdated; obsolete …1938 Amer. sl.
– STEAM-POWERED obsolete …1991 US sl. ​
obsolete – nouns 
– OBSOLETION the act of becoming or condition of being obsolete; disuse, discontinuance …1804
obsolete – verbs 
– OBSOLESCE to be obsolescent; to grow obsolete; to fall into disuse …1873
 
OBSTACLE – adjectives
– OBSTACULOUS †* of the nature of an obstacle …a1643
obstacle – nouns 
– BACKHAUD an obstacle to progress …1929 Sc.
– BALK † a ridge in the way, over which one may stumble; a stumbling-block, an obstacle …1549
– BAR an obstruction, an obstacle; a barrier …1531
– BAULK † a ridge in the way, over which one may stumble; a stumbling-block, an obstacle …1549
– DILDERMOT an obstacle, a great difficulty …Bk1900 Sc.
– FACER an unexpected problem or obstacle; anything to which one must face up …c1820 sl.
– GAISHEN anything considered as an obstacle in one’s way …Bk1900 Sc.
– GAISHON anything considered as an obstacle in one’s way; as the furniture of a house, etc. when in a disorderly state …1808 Sc.
– IMPEACHMENT † hindrance, prevention, obstruction; impediment, obstacle …1432
– LETTING delaying, hindering; a hindrance, an obstacle …c1020 arch.
– LOSER a handicap; an obstacle, a disappointment …c1920 sl.
– OBEX † an impediment, an obstacle …1611 rare or obs. ​
– OBSTIC † an obstacle, objection …1791 Sc.
– SNAG an impediment or obstacle; also, a disadvantage, a hitch; a defect …1830
– SPANISH RADIO STATION used as the epitome of something that is always in the way …1984 Trinidad & Tobago
– THRAW IN THE ROPE a snag, a hitch, a drawback; an unforeseen difficulty or obstacle in any undertaking …1933 Sc.
obstacle – verbs
– KICK OUT THE JAMS to remove all obstacles, to fight for freedom …1968 US sl.
– OPPONE † to set against by way of hindrance, check, or resistance; to place as an obstacle …1570
– SUFFLAMINATE to put an obstacle in the way of, to obstruct …1656 now rare
– UNCUMBER to free from encumbrance; to disencumber; to remove obstacles …c1440
 
OBSTETRICIAN – see DOCTOR
 
OBSTETRICS – see PREGNANCY
 
OBSTINACY – nouns
– AWKWARDNESS perverseness, obstinacy, impracticability …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– AWKWARDS perverseness, obstinacy, impracticability …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CAMSTEERINESS perversity, obstinacy …1864 Sc.
– CAMSTRARINESS obstinacy, perversity …1835 Sc.
– IMMORIGEROUSNESS † uncomplying obstinacy …1649
– OBDURACY stubbornness, obstinacy; obstinate hardness of heart, relentlessness; persistence in evil …1597
– OBDURATENESS stubbornness, obstinacy; obstinate hardness of heart, relentlessness; persistence in evil …1618
– OBDURATION a hardening in sin or wickedness; a making or becoming stubborn, obstinate, or insensible or moral influence …1494
– OBSTACLENESS † obstinacy …1548
– OBSTINANCE stubborn or self-willed persistence; obstinacy …1432-50
– OBSTINANCY stubborn or self-willed persistence; obstinacy …1614
– OBSTINATION † obstinacy, stubbornness …a1340
– OPINIASTRETY †* obstinate adherence to or maintenance of one’s own opinion; stubbornness of mind …1648
– OPINIASTRY † obstinate adherence to or maintenance of one’s own opinion; stubbornness of mind …a1643
– OPINIATRETURE †* obstinate adherence to or maintenance of one’s own opinion; stubbornness of mind …1699
– OPINIATRETY †* obstinate adherence to or maintenance of one’s own opinion; stubbornness of mind …1619
– OPINIATRY † obstinate adherence to or maintenance of one’s own opinion; stubbornness of mind …1651
– REEST restiveness; stubbornness; obstinacy, esp. of horses …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SAND courage; tenacity; stamina; pluck; determination; perseverance; obstinacy …1867 Amer. dial.
– TETCH obstinacy, restiveness …1876 Eng. dial.
– THRAWNNESS perverseness, obstinacy, contrariness …1890 Sc.
– UNBUXOMNESS † disobedience, obstinacy …a1300
 
OBSTINATE – adjectives
– AFFECTIONATE † passionate, wilful, self-willed, headstrong, obstinate …1542
– AFFECTIONED † passionate, wilful; self-willed, obstinate …1582
– ANWILL † self-willed, stubborn, obstinate; persistently desirous, importunate …c897
– ARSEWARD perverse, obstinate; unwilling …1686 Eng. dial.
– ARSEWARDS perverse, obstinate; unwilling …1686 Eng. dial.
– ASINARY † belonging to an ass; having the qualities characteristic of an ass; asinine, obstinate, stupid, doltish …1731
– AWKWARD of persons or animals: perverse, obstinate, difficult to manage, bad-tempered …1883 Eng. dial.
– BANDY impudent; obstinate …Bk1911 Sc.
– BASTISH of persons: obstinate …Bk1898 Sc.
– BASTOUS of persons: obstinate …Bk1898 Sc.
– BUTT-HEADED headstrong, obstinate, bull-headed ..1908 Amer. dial.
– CAM perverse, obstinate, cross …a1600 Eng. dial.
– CAMELISH obstinate as a camel …Bk1888
– CAMSTARIE, CAMSTARY, CAMSTEERY, KAMSTEERY wild, mad, unmanageable, obstinate, perverse …1776 Sc.
– CAMSTROUDGEOUS wild, unmanageable; obstinate, perverse …1808 Sc.
– CAMSTRUDGEOUS wild; obstinate …1933 Sc.
– CAPITOSE obstinate, headstrong …1881
– CAT-WITTED small-minded, obstinate, and spiteful; silly and conceited; harebrained, whimsical …1673
– COBBY headstrong, obstinate, arrogant, proud …1785 Eng. dial.
– CONTRARY AS THE DEVIL’S OFF-HORSE perverse, uncooperative, stubborn, obstinate …1940 Amer. dial.
– DERRY said of an obstinate person …B1900 Eng. dial.
– DERRYBOUNDER said of an obstinate person …B1900 Eng. dial.
– EVIL of persons: ill-tempered, cross, disagreeable, unpleasant, contentious, obnoxious, hostile, neurotic, angry, obstinate …OE
– HAMMERHEADED stubborn, obstinate, hard-headed …1954 Amer. dial.
– HARD-FACED impudent; obstinate; brazen-faced …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– HARD-HEADED † not easily led or persuaded; obstinate, stubborn …1583 obs.
– HARD-HEADED AS MISCHIEF very headstrong or obstinate …1986 Amer. dial.
– HARD IN THE MOUTH of people or horses: stubborn, obstinate …1890 Eng. dial.
– HARD-MOUTHED self-willed, obstinate, stubborn …1686
– HARD-NECKED † obstinate, stiff-necked …1535
– HARD-NOLLED † obstinate, stiff-necked …1388
– HARD-NOSED stubborn, obstinate, uncompromising …1917 colloq.
– HARD-SET determined, obstinate …1818
– HEAD-SET obstinate, headstrong …1986 Amer. dial.
– HIGH-STOMACHED † haughty, disdainful, proud, obstinate, of high courage or spirit …1548 obs. or arch.
– HOG-HEADED stupidly obstinate, pig-headed …B1900 Eng. dial.
– IMMORIGEROUS † unyielding, obstinate; disobedient, rebellious; uncivil, rude …1623
– KITTLE difficult to deal with, esp. because touchy, obstinate, or intractable; fickle, capricious …Sc.
– LONG-HEADED stubborn, obstinate, pigheaded; detested …1883 Amer. dial.
– NOTIONATE headstrong, obstinate, self-opinionated …1871 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– OBDURATE hardened against persuasion, entreaty, the sentiment of pity, etc.; stubborn, obstinate, unyielding, inflexible, relentless, hard-hearted …1586
– OBDURATIOUS †* hardened against persuasion, entreaty, the sentiment of pity, etc.; stubborn, obstinate, unyielding, inflexible, relentless, hard-hearted …1672
​- OBDURE † hardened against persuasion, entreaty, the sentiment of pity, etc.; stubborn, obstinate, unyielding, inflexible, relentless, hard-hearted …1624
– OBFIRMATION † the act of confirming or state of being confirmed in evil; stubbornness, obduracy …1592
– OBSTACLE † obstinate, stubborn …1536 obs. exc. Eng. dial. 
– OBSTINACIOUS of an obstinate nature …1830
– OBSTINED †* made obstinate or persistent; hardened …1606
– OBSTRAPULOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Sc.
– OBSTROPALOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate … c1725
– OBSTROPILOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Eng. dial.
– OBSTROPOLOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1748
– OBSTROPULOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1815 Eng. & Amer. dial.
– OFF-HORSEISH obstinate; odd, eccentric …1967 Amer. dial.
– OILY mean-tempered; tough, mean, unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, obstinate …1936 Amer. dial.
– ONWIL † self-willed, stubborn, obstinate; persistently desirous, importunate …c897
– ONWILL † self-willed, stubborn, obstinate; persistently desirous, importunate …c897
– OPINIATE † obstinately attached to one’s opinion; opinionated …1597
– OPINIATED obstinately attached to one’s opinion; opinionated …1597
– OPINIATIVE stiff in opinion; adhering obstinately to one’s own opinion; opinionative …1574
– OPINIATORY † adhering obstinately to one’s own opinion; opinionative …1626
– OPINIATRED † obstinately attached to one’s opinion; opinionated …1641
– OPINIONATE † unduly attached to one’s own opinion; obstinate in belief; opinionated …1576
– OPSTROPOLOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Eng. dial.
– ORDINARY unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, obstinate, ill-tempered …1800 Amer. dial.
– ORNERY unpleasant, troublesome, unruly, unmanageable, disobedient, obstinate, ill-tempered, angry …1862 Amer. dial.
– OWLY adj. obstinate …1965 Amer. dial.
– PERSNICKERTY fussy, finicky, particular, meticulous, precise; crotchety, cranky; disagreeable, obstinate …1965 Amer. dial.
– PERSNICKETY disagreeable, cranky, crotchety; obstinate …1905 Amer. dial.
– RAMSTRANG headlong, obstinate, stiff-necked …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– REESTY of a person: obstinate, bad-tempered; stiff …1715 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– REFRACTARIOUS †* obstinate, stubborn, perverse …1624
– RESOLUTE obstinate, strong-headed; restive; generally used of a child or a horse …1885 Eng. dial.
– RUMGUMPTIOUS pompous; violent and obstinate in opinion; forward, rash, bold, quarrelsome, out of humour; boisterous …1790 Eng. dial.
– SAVIGEROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1839 Amer. dial.
– SAVIGROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1887 Amer. dial.
– SERGIVEROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1910 Amer. dial.
– SERVIGOUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1883 Amer. dial.
– SERVIGROUS headstrong, strong-willed, obstinate, pugnacious …1909 Amer. dial.
– SEVIGROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful , ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1835 Amer. dial.
– SOT obstinate …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– STOMACHFUL strong-willed, stubborn, or obstinate
– STUFFY sulky, obstinate, ill-humoured …Bk1896 Amer. sl.
– SURVIGEROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1952 Amer. dial.
– SURVIGOROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1974 Amer. dial.
– SURVIGROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1913 Amer. dial.
– SUVIGROUS fierce, savage, violent, powerful, ill-tempered, headstrong, obstinate, strong-willed …1893 Amer. dial.
– TANGLESOME discontented; obstinate; fretful …1823 Eng. dial.
– TARTUFFISH † sour, sullen, sulky, stubborn, obstinate …B1900 Sc.
– TESTIF † headstrong, obstinate, wilful, rash, testy …c1374
– THAWART cross, crabbed; obstinate; forward …1901 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– THIRTOVER cross, contrary, obstinate, morose, ill-tempered, unruly, self-willed …1852 Eng. dial.
– THRAWN perverse, obstinate; cross-grained; rebellious; morally wrong …1737 Sc.
– THURTIFER cross, contrary, obstinate, morose, ill-tempered, unruly, self-willed …1852 Eng. dial.
– THURTOVER cross, contrary, obstinate, morose, ill-tempered, unruly, self-willed …1852 Eng. dial.
– THWARTOVER cross, contrary, obstinate, morose, ill-tempered, unruly, self-willed …1852 Eng. dial.
– TOP-THRAWN headstrong, perverse, obstinate, wrong-headed …1808 Sc.
– UNBELIEVING of a child: disobedient, unruly, obstinate, heedless …Bk1893 Eng. dial.
– UNBIDDABLE perverse, obstinate, intractable, not to be advised …1825 Sc.
– UNBOWSOME † obstinate; intractable …c1290 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
obstinate – person
– AUGHT an obstinate, ill-conditioned child …1768 Sc.
– BAD AUGHT an obstinate, ill-conditioned child …1825 Sc.
– BITCH KITTY an obstinate, disagreeable, or bad-tempered girl or woman; a difficult, irritable, complaining woman …c1930 Amer. sl.
– BITTER-ENDER one who fights or holds out to the bitter end; one who refuses yield, give way, or compromise; an obstinate person …1850 colloq.
– CAMSTAIRY an obstinate, unmanageable person …1818 Sc.
– HAMMERHEAD one who is stubborn, obstinate …1975 Amer. dial.
– HARDHEAD an obstinate or stupid person …1519
– IMPRACTICABLE an obstinate or stubborn person …1829 
– LONGHEAD (derogatory) an obstinate, mule-headed person …1986 Amer. dial.
– MULE an obstinate person …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– OPINIASTRE † a person obstinately attached to his own opinion; an opinionated person …1603
– OPINIATOR † one who holds or maintains an opinion; one who obstinately adheres to his opinion; an opinionated person …1523
– OPINIATRE † a person obstinately attached to his own opinion; an opinionated person …a1677
– OPINIONATIST † an opinionated person; an obstinate dogmatist …1634
– PEBBLE a troublesome or obstinate person or animal …1829 colloq., chiefly Aust.
– PIG (derogatory) a boorish, coarse, obstinate, or disagreeable person …1546
– PIGHEAD an obstinate person …Bk1991 Amer. sl. 
– RAM-HEAD † one who has a head like a ram; a dull, thick-witted, obstinate person; a stupid person, a blockhead …1605
– REESTER a wayward, obstinate person …1887 Eng. dial.
– STIFFRUMP † an obstinate or haughty person …1709 sl.
– THRAW-MULE a perverse and obstinate person …Bk1905 N. Ireland
– THRAWN-STICK a queer, obstinate person …1893 Sc.
– WIDDIE a very perverse or obstinate person …1886 Sc.
– WUDDY a very perverse or obstinate person …1886 Sc.
obstinate – verbs
– BE LIKE A DOG WITH A BONE to be tenacious, persistent, or obstinate; to be unwilling to yield, relent, or let go; to be unable to set aside a preoccupation or obsession …1887
– OBDURATE to harden in wickedness, or against moral influence, etc.; to make stubborn or obstinate; to harden the heart of, to make relentless or pitiless …a1540
– OBDURE † to harden in wickedness, or against moral influence, etc.; to make stubborn or obstinate; to harden the heart of, to make relentless or pitiless …1598 rare or obs.
– OBFIRM † to confirm (in an evil course, erroneous opinion, etc.); to make stubborn or obstinate; to harden …1563-87
– OBFIRMATE †* to confirm (in an evil course, erroneous opinion, etc.); to make stubborn or obstinate; to harden …1616
– OPINIATRE † to persist obstinately in an opinion, or in a course of action; to insist hard; to become obstinate or stubborn …1678
– OPINIONATE † to become or be opinionated or obstinate …1603
– TAKE THE THRAW to take an obstinate fit …1901 Sc.
– TEEL to be obstinately set or determined on doing anything …1873 Eng. dial.
– TETCH to be obstinate or restive …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
OBSTINATELY – adverbs
– OPINATIVELY † in an opinionated manner; with obstinate adherence to opinion …1533
– OPINIATEDLY with obstinate adherence to opinion; in an opinionated manner …1651
– OPINIATELY † with obstinate adherence to opinion; in an opinionated manner …1658
– OPINIATIVELY with obstinate adherence to opinion; in an opinionated manner …1600
– OPINIONATELY † in an opinionated manner, obstinately …1647
 
OBSTREPEROUS – adjectives
– ABSTREPOLOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– ABSTREPULOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– LOBSTROPOLOUS obstreperous, loud, noisy, mischievous …1891 Eng. dial.
– MAROONJUS harsh, stern; outrageous; obstreperous, …1864 Sc.
– MORUNGEOUS harsh, stern; outrageous; obstreperous, …1864 Sc.
– OBSTRACKLOUS obstreperous, wayward, masterful …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OBSTRAPULOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Sc.
– OBSTREPOLOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– OBSTREPULOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– OBSTRIPEROUS obstreperous; disorderly, unruly …M18 sl.
– OBSTROCULOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control; disorderly, unruly…1930s Aust. sl.
– OBSTROPALOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– OBSTROPEROUS obstreperous; disorderly, unruly …M18 sl.
– OBSTROPILOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Eng. dial.
– OBSTROPOLIS obstreperous; disorderly, unruly …M18 sl.
– OPSTROPOLOUS obstreperous; unmanageable, unruly; refractory, obstinate …1830 Eng. dial.
– OBSTROPULOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …1815 Amer. dial.
– OBTREPERLOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …c1725
– OBTROPOLOUS obstreperous; disorderly, unruly …M18 sl.
– OUTSTROPOLOUS † outrageous, unruly, obstreperous …1832 Sc.
– POLRUMPTIOUS restive, rude, unruly, obstreperous; foolishly confident …1790 Eng. dial.
– RAMBUMPTIOUS noisy and unruly; boisterous; forward; obstreperous …1911 Amer. dial.
– RAMBUNKSHUS noisy and unruly; boisterous; forward; obstreperous …1866 Amer. dial.
– RAMBUNKSIOUS noisy and unruly; boisterous; forward; obstreperous …1904 Amer. dial.
– RUMBUSTICAL fond of rough play; careless of the comfort of others; boisterous, unruly, uproarious, noisy, obstreperous;  rude, overbearing, violent …1795 Eng. dial. & colloq.
– UPSTROPOLIS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …1977 Amer. dial.
– UPSTROPPELOUS obstreperous; noisy and difficult to control …1795 Amer. dial.
obstreperous – verbs 
– COME THE CUNT to be particularly obstreperous or unpleasant …1984 UK sl.
– COME THE OLD CUNT to be particularly obstreperous or unpleasant …1984 UK sl.
– RALLY to have a good time; to act utterly madly, drunkenly, or obstreperously; to party …1960s US college sl.
 
OBSTREPEROUSNESS – nouns
– OBSTRAPULOSITY obstreperousness, restiveness, resistance …1828 Sc.
 
OBSTRUCT – person
– GLAZIER a person who is obstructing one’s view, etc. …1738
obstruct – verbs
– ACCLOY to block, to obstruct, to clog, to choke …c1430 
– BAFFLE to impede, to obstruct, to thwart, to balk …1895 Eng. dial.
– BOFFLE to impede, to obstruct, to thwart, to balk …1895 Eng. dial.
– DAIDLE to hinder or obstruct …1910 Sc.
– DISASSIST †* to do the reverse of assisting; to hinder, to obstruct …1669
– GILL POKE, JILL POKE to run into an obstruction; to puncture, poke, or known down …1950 Amer. dial.
– HAGGLE to advance with difficulty; to do anything with much obstruction, to struggle …1875 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– IMPEDIMENT † to put an impediment or obstruction in the way of; to obstruct …1610
– LET to hinder, to prevent, to obstruct, to stand in the way of …c888 arch.
– OBTURATE to stop up, to close, to obstruct …1657 
– OBVARICATE †* to hinder, obstruct or stop one in his passage …1623
– OPPONE † to endeavour to hinder, thwart, or overthrow; to withstand, to resist, to combat; to stand in the way of, to obstruct …1610
– REMORATE †* to detain, delay, hinder, obstruct …1638
– SCOTCH to block, to obstruct …1966 Amer. dial.
– SUFFLAMINATE to put an obstacle in the way of, to obstruct …1656
 
OBSTRUCTED – adjectives
– HARROWED beaten, overcome, brought to a standstill; obstructed by an impediment or obstacle …1890 Eng. dial.
– IMPEDIBLE † that can be impeded, obstructed, or hindered …1655
– IMPEDITE † impeded, obstructed, hindered; having an impediment, defective …1544
– OBTURATE †* stopped up, obstructed; fig. impervious …c1560
obstructed – verbs
– GUNGE UP to become obstructed or clogged up …1976 sl.
 
OBSTRUCTION – nouns
– ALBATROSS a source of frustration, obstruction, or guilt, from which it is difficult to rid oneself; a burden, an encumbrance; a hindrance …1883
– ALBATROSS AROUND ONE’S NECK guilt, the haunting past, an unforgettable problem; a source of frustration or obstruction; a burden, an encumbrance; a hindrance …1883
– BAR an obstruction, an obstacle; a barrier …1531
– BARRACE †* a hindrance, obstruction, delay …1480
– BARRICADO any barrier or obstruction to passage …1611
– HANDERMENT obstruction, delay, hindrance …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– IMPEACHMENT † hindrance, prevention, obstruction; impediment, obstacle …1432
– MAR † a hindrance, obstruction; an impediment in speech …a1300
– OBTURATION the act of stopping up; obstruction of an opening or channel …1610 
– OBVARICATION †* a hindering or obstructing one in his passage …1658
– OFFENCE † obstruction, opposition …1600
– TARRIER † one who or that which delays someone; a hinderer, an obstructor; an obstruction …1614
– TIE an impediment, an obstruction …1885 Eng. dial.
– UPSET a cross; an obstruction …1839 Eng. dial.
 
OBSTRUCTIVE – adjectives
– IMPEDIENT obstructive, hindering, impeding …1596
– IMPEDIMENTAL of the nature of an impediment; obstructive; impeding …1654
– IMPEDIMENTARY of the nature of an impediment; obstructive; impeding …1888
– IMPEDITIVE tending to impede or obstruct; obstructive …1651
obstructive – person
– NARK an annoying, unpleasant, obstructive, or quarrelsome person …1846 sl.
– NOAH’S ARK an annoying, unpleasant, obstructive, or quarrelsome person …1941 rhyming sl. for ‘nark’
obstructive – verbs 
– COME THE OLD TIN SOLDIER to be impertinent or obstructive …1977 UK sl.
– COME THE TIN SOLDIER to be impertinent or obstructive …1977 UK sl.