Meaning of obstructor in English:

obstructor

noun

See obstruct

‘He will increasingly be seen as a querulous and ineffective obstructor of the President's policies, which are popular in South Dakota.’
  • ‘And, this is exactly what the terrorists want to be - obstructors of peace!’
  • ‘If presented with this I suppose the President would say.... heh I'm a constructor, not an obstructor.’
  • ‘He is both the obstructor of humankind's happiness and prosperity, and the obstructor (Satan) of God.’
  • ‘It will take more than all men together to put that greatest obstructor of peace out of power over mankind.’