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The Ficus Platypoda was also found here, loaded with ripe fruit.
Her master kept it on his table as a paper-weight, and no one knew it was loaded.
The consequent depth of green malt when loaded is over 10 inches.
Was he loaded with millet-seed on one side and honey on the other?
We now loaded with naval stores, and cleared again for Liverpool.
Then, when one fires, the other's gun will be loaded for the Indian on his running forward.
The sledge must be loaded with the provisions at once, and as much wood as possible.
The Prigs who despise the people are often loaded with lands and crowned.
Then, loaded with flowers, I climbed into the carriage that was to take me to the hotel.
We invited them within our fenced camp, where we loaded each man with presents.
"drunk," slang, 1886, from past participle of load (v.), from expression take one's load "drink one's fill" (1590s). In the sense of "rich," loaded is attested from 1910.