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His eyes, round and full and steady, taxed her with falsehood, with hypocrisy.

No Rooney, living or dead, was ever guilty or taxed with the like!

Among the Greeks, celibates were punished, and among the Romans they were taxed heavily.

He had a paper to get out every day and that taxed his imagination to the limit.

It was the delivery of those at the apartment that taxed her ingenuity.

I taxed my memory, and the events of yesternight recurred to me.

The popular education has been taxed with a want of truth and nature.

It was indeed a trial that would have taxed the strength and nerves of the strongest.

When she taxed him with it, he reminded her that he had told her there was nothing to do.

The situation was one which taxed his resources to the utmost.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TAXED

burdened

adjectiveweighed down
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