Wednesday, 8 June 2016



1. (athletics) one of a number of light barriers over which runners leap in certain events
2. a low barrier used in certain horse races
3. an obstacle to be overcome
4. a light framework of interlaced osiers, wattle, etc., used as a temporary fence
5. (British) a sledge on which criminals were dragged to their executions
6. to jump (a hurdle, etc.), as in racing
7. (trans.) to surround with hurdles
8. (trans.) to overcome

Hurdles on the ceiling

To trap/trip ghosts and angels 

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