Antonyms for over-loaded

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Patience often falls to the ground when it is over-loaded with injuries.

The commission was notoriously slow and over-loaded with work.

The over-loaded six-pounder, so trained as to rake the assailants, now bore fully on the masses of soldiery in the ditch.

But have a care, my lad; this boat's over-loaded, and if I hear too much from you I'll give Ching orders to send you overboard.

Already he had crossed the threshold into the hall and was rummaging through an over-loaded hat rack for his fur coat.

Their over-loaded stomachs presented a disgusting appearance, and they were scarcely able to articulate.

The Journal is over-loaded with its special themes, and has not room for discussions of such subjects.

“Why, I saw him about twenty minutes ago,” Louise replied, turning to inspect the over-loaded sedan.

His chest heaved as the swelling emotions of pent up years burst from his over-loaded heart.

Travel, however, was very different in the one over-loaded canoe, and Rivers was not willing to allow any chances to be taken.