cumbrance


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cumbrance

(ˈkʌmbrəns)
n
1. a burden, obstacle, or hindrance
2. trouble or bother
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Extol not riches, then, the toil of fools, The wise man's cumbrance, if not snare; more apt To slacken virtue and abate her edge Than prompt her to do aught may merit praise.
While the identity of economic actors that benefited directly from crisis avoidance is unknown, the cost and the cumbrance of regulations are transparent.
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