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Synonyms for Thwarted:disappointed (adjective)
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, encumbered, 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.Other synonyms and related words:
Hybridized, amazed, babied, balked, beaten, bedeviled, betrayed, bewildered, bilked, blasted, blighted, bobbled, bollocksed, botched, bumbled, bungled, chapfallen, circumvented, coddled, contradicted, contravened, corrupted, cosseted, cossetted, counteracted, covered, crestfallen, crossed, crucified, crushed, debarred, defeated, deflowered, desperate, disappointingly unsuccessful, discomfited, dished, dissatisfied, dumbfounded, dunned, eluded, embarrassed, endangered, evaded, exposed, featherbedded, fluffed, flummoxed, fumbled, graveled, ill done-by, ill-served, indulged, interfered, intersected, let down, marred, mishandled, mollycoddled, muffed, mystified, nonplussed, not victorious, out of countenance, pampered, perplexed, precluded, prevented, puzzled, queered, raged, regretful, regulated, ruined, sabotaged, scotched, scuppered, sorely disappointed, soured, spanned, stupefied, stupified, stymied, tormented, torpedoed, tracked, traversed, undone, vitiated.
Rhymes for Thwarted:
- purported, supported, reported, extorted, imported, retorted, transported;
- sorted, snorted, courted;
- deported, exhorted, contorted, assorted, escorted, distorted;
- unsupported, unreported;
Quotes for Thwarted:
In the perception of the incongruous stimuli, the recognition process is temporarily thwarted and exhibits characteristics which are generally not observable in the recognition of more conventional stimuli.Jerome Bruner.