incumbrance

[ in-kuhm-bruh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF incumbrance

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I also saw that I was an incumbrance in the mind of the elder, too.

They are an expense to the country, and an incumbrance to the army.

Madeleine cannot be an incumbrance, for who is so useful in your household as she?

Such an incumbrance would have been troublesome to them, travelling, as they were, afoot.

Their debts are now paid, and their farms free from all incumbrance.

The poltroon, like the scabbard, is an incumbrance when once the sword is drawn.

The incumbrance of their pitying glances was getting his cosmic lizard.

It seems to me, he said, that these yere kids are going to be an incumbrance on us.

On their retreat, however, it was easily seen that he was considered an incumbrance.

Holford alone was an incumbrance of which he thought of relieving himself.

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