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[ɛnkˈʌmbəd], [ɛnkˈʌmbəd], [ɛ_n_k_ˈʌ_m_b_ə_d]

Synonyms for Encumbered:

hindered (verb)

baffled, barred, blocked, bottlenecked, braked, bunged, burdened, caught, checked, choked, clogged, complicated, congested, constipated, constrained, countered, cramped, crimped, crippled, curbed, dammed, delayed, detained, deterred, dragged, entangled, entrapped, fettered, fouled, frustrated, hampered, hamstrung, handicapped, hindered, impaired, impeded, inhibited, interrupted, jammed, mired, obstructed, opposed, paralyzed, plugged, resisted, restrained, restricted, snagged, snarled, stayed, stopped, tangled, thwarted.

penalized (verb)

abated, chastised, corrected, deducted, disciplined, discounted, drawn back, drew back, fined, forfeited, judged, penalized, punished.

Other synonyms and related words:

accountable, affected badly, answerable for, assessed for tax, barricaded, beholden, bothered, bounded, bridled, burdened with debt, burdensome, charged, clayey, cloggy, confined, cumbered, debarred, debt, deep, deep in debt, disturbed, embarrassed, forcible, fraught, freighted, full, gloomy, heavy, heavy-laden, impeding motion, in arrears, in debt, in difficulties, in difficulty, in dire straits, in embarrassed circumstances, in hock, in the hole, in the red, inactive, incumbered, indebted, interfered, intimidated, involved, laden, liable, limited, loaded, loaded down, lumbered, mortgaged, not light, occluded, oppressed, oppressive, overburdened, overcharged, overfraught, overfreighted, overladen, overloaded, overtaxed, overweighted, owing, plunged in debt, precluded, pregnant, pretended to, prevented, responsible, saddled, shackled, stiffened, straitened, strong, suppressed, tasked, taxed, throttled, tied up, tightened, under obligation, weighed down, weighted, weighted down, with child.

Rhymes for Encumbered:

  1. numbered;
  2. unencumbered;

Quotes for Encumbered:

  1. The problem is the following, black music is increasing encumbered by white elements, often pleasant but always superfluous, easily and advantageously replaced with black elements. Boris Vian.