burdened[ bur-dnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF burdened
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BURDENED
I would sooner you had killed me than burdened my soul with your death.
He is not to be burdened for ever with the sense of his sins.
At the next moment there was the sound from without of burdened footsteps.
Especially were they burdened with books on economics and political science.
The conscience of to-day is burdened with a load well-nigh unbearable.
For many a year has my conscience been burdened with this offence.
The manly repentance which burdened his soul reached her heart.
She was inclined to doubt whether any one among her acquaintances was so burdened.
Is it just to his memory that it should be burdened with such a mass of what is already antiquated?
No man can be a leader in the fullest sense who is burdened by a great debt.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BURDENED
- in a bad way
- out of luck