Snoring is a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, when your airway collapses or becomes blocked during sleep.
There is no obstructive limit to the achievements of the army of labor.
The masters had been selfish and obstructive, the men selfish, silly, and light-headed.
It is disgraceful, however, for the citizen to remain indifferent or obstructive, to grumble over the cost.
The objector had overrated the obstructive power of his honoured parent.
Thenceforth, in spite of my obstructive efforts, subjects were introduced which could not be conversed on but must be discussed.
A runner on the bank, to look out for obstructive craft, is useful in practice.
Nature is strong, and she manages to circumvent, to a certain extent, the obstructive devices of man.
Each man or woman stood in the place of a choppy, obstructive wave.
Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Lowther, and the rest of the obstructive gang, had to submit to have the vote taken.
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.