over-burdening[ verb oh-ver-bur-dn; noun oh-ver-bur-dn ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-burdening
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Superficially, he saw a tall woman, approaching fifty, but still vigorous and free from over-burdening flesh.
On the contrary, I shall be glad of it; but I will not take the risk of over-burdening him by ordering him to do it.