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King James Dictionary
IMPED'IMENT, n. L. impedimentum. That which hinders progress or motion hinderance obstruction obstacle applicable to every subject, physical or moral. Bad roads are impediments in marching and travelling. Idleness and dissipation are impediments to improvement. The cares of life are impediments to the progress of vital religion.
1. That which prevents distinct articulation as an impediment in speech.
IMPED'IMENT, To impede. Not in use.
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