Definition Of obstruct
block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of.
she was obstructing the entrance
Example Of obstruct
Additional commissioner of Police Chandra said that instructions have been given to cut down only branches that obstruct the movement of buses.
And, this is exactly what the terrorists want to be - obstructors of peace!
As a designer, this often tends to be my preference simply because I have a difficult time justifying to myself why I would obstruct information when I could clearly and simply present it instead.
By virtue of the obligations arising from the Treaty the Member States are under a duty not to obstruct the direct effect inherent in regulations and other rules of Community law.
fears that the regime would obstruct the distribution of food