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    Cool Hamper Vs Hinder?

    Hello amigos!

    Could anyone show me the difference between these verbs? they seem to be so similar to me.

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    Sam

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    Re: Hamper Vs Hinder?

    From hinder - Definitions from Dictionary.com
    Synonyms: These verbs mean to slow or prevent progress or movement. To hinder is to hold back and often implies stopping or prevention: The travelers were hindered by storms. To hamper is to hinder by or as if by fastening or entangling: His clothes hampered his efforts to swim to safety.

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