No, dear; your mother may take quite a long drive now that she is not hampered
Arthur, luckier than Mr Shute, was not hampered
by a too small silk hat.
Philip said it would be very jolly, but the prospect aroused no enthusiasm in him; he was looking forward to a wonderful life in London, and he preferred not to be hampered
Meanwhile, the constable, fainting as he was, drew Stutely downward, and the others, seeing the yeoman hampered
so, rushed upon him again, and one smote him a blow upon the crown so that the blood ran down his face and blinded him.
But in these great endeavors we are gravely hampered
by the political institutions of today.
His determination to know, while it gave meaning to their talk, hampered
her; he seemed to press further and further, and made it appear so important.
It is a little too hard on me to expect that my course in life is to be hampered
by prejudices which I think ridiculous.
She moved as one in the throes of some hideous nightmare--slowly, painfully, as though each limb was hampered
by a great weight, or as she were dragging her body through a viscous fluid.
Ninaka was panic-stricken, since he knew that hampered
as he was by the heavy chest he could neither fight nor run to advantage.