over-burdened[ verb oh-ver-bur-dn; noun oh-ver-bur-dn ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-burdened
Synonyms for over-burdened
- burned out
- stressed out
- under stress
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-BURDENED
We are not over-burdened with too large a choice of clothing.
I could have over-burdened you with wealth, but I have chosen not to do so.
Very few of us here are over-burdened with this world's goods.
Mr. Richard, it must be premised, was not over-burdened with law knowledge.
He was a typical American, tall, square-shouldered, and not over-burdened with flesh.
Mrs. Lace was not over-burdened with brains, but she could say "Oh!"
This was quite in the line of the over-burdened Billy, and he accepted off-hand.
But Aulus, quickly recovering after he had relieved his over-burdened stomach, was as eager to eat as before.
It was then, amid the maladies of her body, that she found relief to her over-burdened soul in prayer.
Hendry listened with the closest attention, and something like a sigh escaped from his over-burdened bosom.