He gave money to a group seeking to obstruct equality for gay people.
The guilty are those lawmakers and officials in states and cities who obstruct reasonable gun control laws.
“For those of you who wish to obstruct, get ready to get knocked over,” he promised.
It's not much different from what they've done, or haven't done, all along: obstruct Obama.
And the very political forces that you are trying to end run would rise up and obstruct at every turn.
In this section, our minute chequer-work of fences operates to obstruct and impede Plowing.
The Nile at that time is seen to be rapidly rising, and nothing must obstruct its passage.
The bib must not extend too far into the lead pipe or it will obstruct the flow of water.
There are several falls in the river, which obstruct the navigation.
In this case all lesser considerations, which tend to obstruct the great end of the work, must yield and give way.
obstruct ob·struct (əb-strŭkt', ŏb-)
v. ob·struct·ed, ob·struct·ing, ob·structs
To block or close a body passage so as to hinder or interrupt a flow.