Stymy



noun, plural stymies, verb (used with object), stymied, stymying.
1.
stymie.
noun
1.
Golf. (on a putting green) an instance of a ball’s lying on a direct line between the cup and the ball of an opponent about to putt.
2.
a situation or problem presenting such difficulties as to discourage or defeat any attempt to deal with or resolve it.
verb (used with object), stymied, stymieing.
3.
to hinder, block, or thwart.
verb (transitive; often passive) -mies, -mieing, -mied, -mies, -mying, -mied
1.
to hinder or thwart
2.
(golf) to impede with a stymie
noun (pl) -mies
3.
(golf) (formerly) a situation on the green in which an opponent’s ball is blocking the line between the hole and the ball about to be played: an obstructing ball may now be lifted and replaced by a marker
4.
a situation of obstruction
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