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impedītus (inp-) adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of impedio, hindered, embarrassed, obstructed, encumbered, burdened, impeded: impeditis hostibus propter onera, Cs.: comitatus: agmen, L.: magnam partem eorum impeditam interfecerunt, Cs.: malis domesticis impediti.—Inaccessible, hard to pass, difficult: saltūs, L.: navigatio propter inscientiam locorum, troublesome, Cs.: impeditissima itinera, Cs.: longius impeditioribus locis secuti, Cs. —Fig., engaged, busy, preoccupied: impedito animo.—Embarrassing, difficult, intricate: tempora rei p.: disceptatio, L.: cum victoribus nihil impeditum arbitrarentur, Cs.: quid horum non impeditissimum? a great encumbrance.

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