stymie 的 2 个定义
- to hinder, block, or thwart.
- a situation or problem presenting such difficulties as to discourage or defeat any attempt to deal with or resolve it.
- Golf. an instance of a ball's lying on a direct line between the cup and the ball of an opponent about to putt.
stymie 的近义词 34 个
- choke off
- cramp one's style
- cut off
- give the run around
- hang fire
- hang up
- hold off
- hold up
- put on back burner
- put on hold
- throw a monkey wrench into
stymie 的反义词 16 个
- Conflation of the words “intervention” and “invasion” needlessly stymie debate.
- Both America's and Iran's regional clients are now openly attempting to stymie the process of rapprochement.
- From 2009 through 2012, Capitol Hill Republicans were highly imaginative in their efforts to stymie President Obama.
- Corporations figure out our ‘bliss spots,’ manipulate the USDA, and stymie anyone who opposes them.
- And as many of the wealthy women are well known, their public persona can stymie the process.
- Well, the first thing to be done is to get rid of Loudon's stymie with the authorities.
- He wished frantically that he could have figured out a way to stymie the chase, but starships were not built to be sabotaged.
- He may dodge a stymie or circumvent an inconvenient piece of the green over which, without the cut, the ball would have to travel.
- The common method of playing a stymie is by pitching your ball over that of your opponent, but this is not always possible.
- The object is to knock the stymie right away over the hole, and to follow through with your own and drop in.