Roadblock in a sentence as a noun

The major roadblock with CT is that it requires all CAs to willingly participate.

You better be obsessing over things like these or you'll be dead in the water as soon as that nasty roadblock manifests itself.

One thing is certain however: Accessibility is not a roadblock for good design.

The requirement for a checkout at each operator from which one wants to rent can be a roadblock for would-be renters, and this solves the problem.

The #1 issue to hit "live chat" support on my sites is potential customers in Pakistan hitting a roadblock because they can't use PayPal.

If there were an easy way to see where police roadblocks are, I would definitely glance at it and avoid them, because I don't really like interacting with police.

I would blow up Google with a series of queries for [golang web framework], [golang mysql adapter], [golang Stripe library], and keep Googling every time I hit a roadblock.

One nit:I would change "Dont obsess about potential performance" to "Dont obsess about potential performance except for binary roadblocks".What's a "binary roadblock"?

Really starting to hate Facebook more than I already do. As someone below pointed out, their API is going to ****, and they're starting to become more strict with their TOS. I know 5 friends who have had their Facebook accounts forcibly closed or suspended, or put through this ridiculous "roadblock" system that requires them to pick out 10 pictures from their friends' albums.

When Turkey's time comes for the full membership and agreed by both parties and if the Cyprus remains the only roadblock, the heat from Turkey and EU can sink the entire island in one day so it is likely that they will cede.

Roadblock definitions


any condition that makes it difficult to make progress or to achieve an objective; "intolerance is a barrier to understanding"

See also: barrier


a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.

See also: barricade