incumber


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incumber

(ɪnˈkʌmbə)
vb
a less common spelling of encumber
inˈcumberingly adv
inˈcumbrance n

en•cum•ber

(ɛnˈkʌm bər)

v.t.
1. to impede or hinder; hamper.
2. to block up or fill with superfluous or obstructive things.
3. to weigh down; burden.
4. to burden with obligations, debt, etc.
[1300–50; Middle English < Anglo-French, Middle French encombrer=en- en-1 + -combrer, v. derivative of combre dam, weir « Gaulish *comberos confluence, bringing together]

incumber


Past participle: incumbered
Gerund: incumbering

Imperative
incumber
incumber
Present
I incumber
you incumber
he/she/it incumbers
we incumber
you incumber
they incumber
Preterite
I incumbered
you incumbered
he/she/it incumbered
we incumbered
you incumbered
they incumbered
Present Continuous
I am incumbering
you are incumbering
he/she/it is incumbering
we are incumbering
you are incumbering
they are incumbering
Present Perfect
I have incumbered
you have incumbered
he/she/it has incumbered
we have incumbered
you have incumbered
they have incumbered
Past Continuous
I was incumbering
you were incumbering
he/she/it was incumbering
we were incumbering
you were incumbering
they were incumbering
Past Perfect
I had incumbered
you had incumbered
he/she/it had incumbered
we had incumbered
you had incumbered
they had incumbered
Future
I will incumber
you will incumber
he/she/it will incumber
we will incumber
you will incumber
they will incumber
Future Perfect
I will have incumbered
you will have incumbered
he/she/it will have incumbered
we will have incumbered
you will have incumbered
they will have incumbered
Future Continuous
I will be incumbering
you will be incumbering
he/she/it will be incumbering
we will be incumbering
you will be incumbering
they will be incumbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been incumbering
you have been incumbering
he/she/it has been incumbering
we have been incumbering
you have been incumbering
they have been incumbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been incumbering
you will have been incumbering
he/she/it will have been incumbering
we will have been incumbering
you will have been incumbering
they will have been incumbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been incumbering
you had been incumbering
he/she/it had been incumbering
we had been incumbering
you had been incumbering
they had been incumbering
Conditional
I would incumber
you would incumber
he/she/it would incumber
we would incumber
you would incumber
they would incumber
Past Conditional
I would have incumbered
you would have incumbered
he/she/it would have incumbered
we would have incumbered
you would have incumbered
they would have incumbered
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If I am right in my own persuasion that such a document as I here describe is at this moment in Admiral Bartram's possession -- a persuasion based, in the first instance, on the extraordinary words that I have quoted to you; and, in the second instance, on purely legal considerations with which it is needless to incumber my letter -- if I am right in this opinion, the discovery of the Secret Trust would be, in all probability, a most important discovery to your interests.
The garden of freedom is the British land we live in, Amt welcomes every slave from his banish'd isle, Allows them to impose on a good nation good and generous, To incumber and pollute our native soil.
The Task Force decided that the Internet is too new a business tool to incumber with taxes and therefore will recommend to the Governor NOT to impose an Internet tax.