The correct answer is hinder.
The correct answer is (D) To hinder; to obstruct; Also, to press into folds or plaits; to frill; to make flutings in; to corrugate; to pinch into waves or ridges; to crimp (as the edges of a pie shell).
Crimp comes from Middle English crimpen.
Examples of use:
- He crimped the edges of the aluminum pie dish to lock the cover in place.
- The need to take his little sister with him crimped his style.