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Synonyms for thwart

Synonyms for thwart

to prevent from accomplishing a purpose

situated or lying across

Synonyms for thwart

a crosspiece spreading the gunnels of a boat

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RAMALLAH, June 20, 2017 (WAFA) -- Presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh said on Tuesday the announcement by the Israeli government to build a new settlement in the occupied West Bank thwarts peace efforts of US President Donald Trump.
Showers are expected today, however, which could thwart Sri Lanka's efforts to draw the twomatch series after losing the first Test by 153 runs in Galle last week.
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Byline: Lawmaker says plans in place to thwart manipulation in 2010 elections
David Foley had a strike parried by Russell, who then did well to thwart Willie Boland as the visitors clung on.
I too decry the politicizing of global warming, the posturing of the New Jersey Four as whining professional victims of 9-11, and the lack of any cohesive Democratic plan to thwart terrorism.
Retief has to thwart them--even if it means he's drummed out of the Corps which is his life, to do so.
Because of this, I've often thought that Thwart would be a great name for a rock band (in the unlikely event that I ever become one of the nation's favourite musicians).
Even as the Kyoto protocols to reduce global warming went into effect in February, the Bush administration was continuing to thwart international environmental efforts.
It also helps administrators allow or deny traffic according to security policies, thwart denial-of-service attacks and mask internal network structure.
Can we putt off a decent election in Iraq, or will, the insurgents thwart that?
We must find new ways to thwart terrorists without undermining lawful employment of non-U.
The green used in the men's rooms is so vile 'I almost didn't want to pee in there', one man was overheard to say: the rumour is that the anxiety-inducing shade is meant to thwart setting up home by the homeless, a significant population here.
Or, they could thwart the death code and thereby stop cells from dying in a variety of human illnesses, such as degenerative brain disorders.