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Below you will find the definition of laden, followed by 38 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(adjective) - burdened psychologically or mentally
EXAMPLES - Laden in a Sentence
- Ohioans remember you and your osama bin laden ads. (source)
- How many times was Bin laden offered to Bill "bj" Clinton? (source)
- An axis of banality and jargon laden political correctness. (source)
- LUDDEN: But if bin laden had been killed, wouldn't that get out? (source)
- Cleland was associated with both Bin laden and Hussein in a TV ad. (source)
- I have to wonder if other acronym laden groups have had people defect. (source)
- I definitely see through comrade Acevedo's thin euphemism laden veneer. (source)
- Remember the August 2001 PDB titled "Osama bin laden determined to strike in the US"? (source)
- But you would never have worked this out from the dense, jargon laden papers these guys published. (source)
- It is able to achieve up 45 kts fully laden, which is a considerable increase over the old LCAC (L). (source)
- If Osama bin laden is alive he must be cracking up over the stupidity being shown by the teapartiers. (source)
- To up, ghajini is extremely cell escaping cinema, but it is designation laden, club pumping, mega wrap at its best. (source)
- Inside the restaurant, Philip Johnson shows her to a blue countertop laden with red peppers, onions, garlic and spices. (source)
- It also shows that the republicans would vote for Osama bin laden if he were to come out on a pro-life and anti-gay platform. (source)
- In fact, they tend to be very slang laden and similar to adolescent prose, giving off the vibe of being weird just to be weird. (source)
- Americans (and brits) need to remember that Osama Bin laden is a Saudi and that 15 of the 19 hijackers that attacked the WTC were Saudi. (source)
- Also lost in Mr. Reich's fantasy analysis is the fact that the idea laden left is losing independent support at a rate unseen in decades. (source)
- There are also some content writers that have lots of experience in making good keyword laden content for your sites that have good quality. (source)
- "Civility" is a term laden with special meaning to those who have goals to change the governance structures of society at the international level. (source)
- Facebook Myspace Twitter all those are is styled, branded, buzzword laden, repackaged ***** for something the Internet has been doing sense its inception. (source)
- Had Bush and Cheney actually gone after Osama Bin laden and destroyed the Alqueda and taliban back in 2001, maybe we would not be dealing with this in 2009. (source)
- All that water and sand left over from the process - laden with heavy metals and toxins - is pumped into giant holding areas that form massive lakes of sludge. (source)
- After the copper strips are removed, the mercury-and-lead-laden residue is dumped into rivers and on farms, increasing the risk of cancer if it enters the food chain. (source)
- Two completely different situations beginning with the fact that we were not attacked by Vietnam but we were attacked by bin laden who used to be based in Afghanistan. (source)
- Phrases like "radically different approach to communication" and "e-mail 2.0" were bandied around, along with buzz-word laden phrases like "paradigm-shifting game-changer." (source)
- Prospecting proceeds apace in the ultra-deepwater reserves off the coasts of Ghana and Nigeria, the sulfur-laden depths of the Black Sea, and the tar sands of Venezuela's Orinoco Basin. (source)
- However, I do know that if Obama sends more troops, the neocons who got us into this war and bungled it for 7+ years will say Obama is wrong and he is the reason bin laden is still free. (source)
- President Clinton not only warned the bush about bin laden he tried to kill him while he was still president, only to have the republicans obstruct him because they wanted to impeach him. (source)
- He said the bill, fashioned by a Senate-House conference committee, is "laden" with special grants earmarked for favorite items of some legislators, such as community colleges, hospitals and libraries. (source)
- Instead of gladiators in camouflage suits (or in tandem with them, as is the case in Afghanistan), we send in con artists or Special Defense Department operatives laden with briefcases and computer models. (source)
- In her low, gravely voice, with great purpose and theatrics, Sara told the girls the tale of the little underpowered train, laden with gifts, that had to climb a seemingly insurmountable rise to get to a remote village before the holidays. (source)
- Why, then, being aware that even in idea they were false, besides being practically unsuitable, did Kant adopt or borrow a name laden with this superfetation of reproach -- all that is false in theory superadded to all that is useless in practice? (source)
- Hence a certain cordiality which did not win Borrow's regard, but was probably greater than many a young man would receive to-day from a publisher-prince upon whom he might call laden only with a bundle of translations from the Danish and the Welsh. (source)
- _ Our ship was entirely laden, that is, with the goods she had to take, for there was a large quantity of them which had come out of her, remaining for the other ship which Margaret had bought there, and which was to be made ready there to go to the Isle of (source)
- As to his wanton attacking of other countries, are you referring to when he tried to kill bin laden after the embassy attacks in Africa? when all your republican buddies in congress did everything they could to stop him from getting the guy that attacked in Africa? (source)
- Like corporate restructuring or "risutora" years ago, "shiwake" has become a word laden with controversy in Japan today -- to some it is the democratization of the country's spending process, bringing openness and transparency; to others it is a sign of the country's decline and malaise. (source)
- Upon arrival at the Bank, the City gent would head for the Hat Exchange (whose secret entrance was the third stall on the left in the gents 'public conveniences on the ground floor) and either hand over a "laden" hat to make a bullion deposit, or receive one in exchange for a "dummy" hat, to make a withdrawal. (source)
- Obama is not dithering he is trying to make sure America doesnt go it completely alone on this one hence his trip overses ... if Bush had listened to our allies and gone into afghanistan and perhaps some parts of pakistan to fish out bin laden instead of Iraq we wouldnt have been on the brink of loosing the greatest country ever given to mankind last year .... (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 38 example sentences provided below is 53.0, which suggests that "laden" is a fairly difficult word that is likely understood by a majority of individuals with an undergraduate degree, and may be found in ocassionaly in news articles or other forms of literature.
We have 10 synonyms for laden.
burdened, charged, encumbered, fraught, full, hampered, oppressed, taxed, weighed down, weighted
We have 4 antonyms for laden.
empty, light, unladen, unloaded
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
View up to 25 definitions of laden from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (verb) A past participle of lade.
- (adjective) Weighed down with a load; heavy: "the warmish air, laden with the rains of those thousands of miles of western sea” ( Hilaire Belloc).
- (adjective) Oppressed; burdened: laden with grief.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (adjective) Weighed down with a load, burdened.
- (adjective) Heavy.
- (adjective) Oppressed.
- (adjective) : In the form of an adsorbate or adduct.
- (verb) Past participle of lade
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (adjective) Loaded; freighted; burdened
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (noun) Past participle of lade.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (adjective) burdened psychologically or mentally
- (adjective) filled with a great quantity
- (verb) fill or place a load on
- (verb) remove with or as if with a ladle