heavy-laden


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heav·y-lad·en

(hĕv′ē-lād′n)
adj.
1. Loaded with great weight.
2. Burdened with grievous cares.

heavy-laden

adj
carrying a heavy load
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.heavy-laden - burdened by cares; "all ye that labor and are heavy-laden"-Matt.11:28
troubled - characterized by or indicative of distress or affliction or danger or need; "troubled areas"; "fell into a troubled sleep"; "a troubled expression"; "troubled teenagers"
2.heavy-laden - bearing a physically heavy weight or load; "tree limbs burdened with ice"; "a heavy-laden cart"; "loaded down with packages"
encumbered - loaded to excess or impeded by a heavy load; "a summer resort...encumbered with great clapboard-and-stucco hotels"- A.J.Liebling; "a hiker encumbered with a heavy backpack"; "an encumbered estate"

heavy-laden

adjective
Burdened by a weighty load:
Translations

heavy-laden

[ˌhevɪˈleɪdn] ADJlastrado
References in classic literature ?
They did not strike unless success were sure and the danger of detection almost nothing, and so the arrows and the spears were few and far between, but so persistent and inevitable that the slow-moving column of heavy-laden raiders was in a constant state of panic--panic at the uncertainty of who the next would be to fall, and when.
The good man--he was now getting old, towards sixty perhaps, and gave you the idea of a life that had been full of sufferings; a life heavy-laden, half-vanquished, still swimming painfully in seas of manifold physical and other bewilderment.
screams the countryman's whistle; timber like long battering-rams going twenty miles an hour against the city's walls, and chairs enough to seat all the weary and heavy-laden that dwell within them.
The park as beautiful now, in its wintry garb, as it could be in its summer glory: the majestic sweep, the undulating swell and fall, displayed to full advantage in that robe of dazzling purity, stainless and printless - save one long, winding track left by the trooping deer - the stately timber-trees with their heavy-laden branches gleaming white against the dull, grey sky; the deep, encircling woods; the broad expanse of water sleeping in frozen quiet; and the weeping ash and willow drooping their snow-clad boughs above it - all presented a picture, striking indeed, and pleasing to an unencumbered mind, but by no means encouraging to me.
Therese and Jesus, however, the path of the meek, weary, burdened and heavy-laden, while not the way of the world, is the way that leads to life.
Balmbra's features in the Geordie anthem, the Blaydon Races, in the lines "I took the bus from Balmbra's and she was heavy-laden, Away we went along Collingwood Street, that's on the road to Blaydon"
I would have explained in more detail but there was a long queue of people with heavy-laden trolleys and fistfuls of money-off vouchers to redeem so we had to leave it at that.
We took the bus from Balmbras And she was heavy-laden Away we went along Collingwood Street That's on the Road to Blaydon.