surcharged

[ noun sur-chahrj; verb sur-chahrj, sur-chahrj ]
SEE DEFINITION OF surcharged
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Mrs. Dabney's repetition of the words was surcharged with hostile sarcasm.

Horrible, horrible nights; surcharged with the frenzy and unreality of a nightmare.

The atmosphere was surcharged with expectancy, then grew tense with waiting.

Surcharged with distracting regrets as he was, he had an inspiration.

It was surcharged, with relief, for the tragedy was made clear to her at last.

His tones were surcharged with a bitterness that he tried in vain to conceal.

When words came, they were broken, surcharged with the horrid fear that was on him.

She beheld two hands in cup-shape, surcharged with packets of Turin chocolate.

It was impossible for Richard to return; his heart was surcharged.

His voice was low, shaken, surcharged and crushed with passion.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SURCHARGED

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